الحدود مع المراهقين

الحدود مع المراهقين Adopte Una Posici N Activa De Una Vez Portodas En El Mundo De Su Adolescente Rel Jese Su Cordura Sobrevivir A Estos Complicados A Os De La Adolescencia, Y De La Misma Forma Sus Hijos, Siempre Y Cuando Usted Determine L Mites Saludables Que Trabajen En Beneficio De Ellos Y De Usted Mismo L Mites Con Los Adolescentes Le Ense A C Mo HacerloEl Dr John Townsend, Autor De Libros De Xitos En Ventas Y Consejero, Comparte Su Experimentada Perspicacia Y Le Brinda La Gu A Que Usted Necesita A Fin De Ayudar A Sus Adolescentes A Ser Responsables Con Sus Acciones, Actitudes Y Emociones, As Como Tambi N A Adquirir Una Apreciaci N Y Un Respeto M S Profundos, Tanto Por Usted Como Por Ellos Mismos Con Sabidur A, El Dr Townsend Aplica Principios De Base Espiritual Para La Tarea Y El Desaf O De Guiar A Los Hijos A Trav S De Su Adolescencia Nos Muestra C Mo Enfrentar Las Actitudes Irrespetuosas Y La Conducta Imposible De Su Adolescente Establecer L Mites Saludables Y Consecuencias Realistas Ser Amorosos Y Afectuosos Mientras Se Establecen Reglas Determinar Estrategias Espec Ficas Para Manejar Problemas Grandes Y Peque OsEn Este Libro, Usted Aprender Las T Cnicas Y Habilidades Sencillas Que Todo Padre De Adolecentes Necesita Conocer Saber Cu Ndo Decir Que S , C Mo Decir Que No O Sea, C Mo Implementar Y Hacer Cumplir L Mites Saludables Y Amorosos Para Sus Hijos Adolescentes

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  • 15 February 2018

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  1. says:

    4 stars Review later.

  2. says:

    I really love the Boundaries books If you find yourself struggling in relationships, they are full of practical advice This one on teens is no different They give some really practical steps in making sure you are setting a good foundation for your teen s adult life I highly recommend this book for parents of teens, especially if you are struggling with behavior shifts that are catching you off guard It will make you feel less alone and help you gain insight into what is going on physically, emotionally, and spiritually inside of your teen It s not a fix all book, but it does make you stop and think about all the changes that teens face on a daily basis It also gives you suggestions of ways to handle various negative situations teens might find themselves in.

  3. says:

    Excellent advice, with specific examples and scenarios Of course, much of it is easier said than done I like the different sections of the book dealing with changes that parents need to make themselves, understanding the teen brain world with empathy, setting boundaries with the teen, and specific common problems that teens deal with To me, the most helpful part is understanding what a teen is going through Teens are frustrating and their behavior is often illogical, but understanding some of the underlying issues, like brain or hormonal changes, natural movement toward independence, and stressors in their lives, definitely puts their behavior into better context and gives me a better perspective on how to relate to them There are a lot of practical tips and advice in here, about consequences, setting expectations clearly, and getting to the root of the problems I borrowed this from the library, but I m thinking I may want to actually buy a copy to keep on hand, as various specific problems pop up over the next few years The last section deals very specifically with common teen issues, and I didn t read each one this time, I just read the ones relating to the issues I ve seen in T, so I think this would be a good reference book to keep on our shelves.

  4. says:

    For me this was is a good reminder book of the things I have read in other books The big things are empathy, talking, and sticking to your word Make the boundaries clear.

  5. says:

    This is a great book for parents of teenagers It does have a Christian presence for those that are, but I would urge even non Christian individuals to give it a go The content and principles are still applicable There are some slight contradictions in the book but I think it was because each teen and circumstance is different and ultimately you are the final decision maker as the parent I have a young teenager who is starting to explore his boundaries He is a GOOD kid, but still a teenager and trying to figure himself out just as much as I am This has some great reminders of how to work through difficult behaviors and confrontations As always, if you have an extreme case, this book advises seeking professional help Be prepared to acknowledge weakness in yourself as well as your teen This book will help give you the tools to grow individually as well as together I plan to keep a physical copy of the book to refer to certain chapters frequently.A note about the audio version I found the narration to be a good fit The only thing that bugged me was the you can do it line which popped up at the end of each segment The first time or two it was okay but after a few of them it started to feel condescending.

  6. says:

    Dr Townsend gives a great deal of practical advice from his years of clinical experience with teens and their parents I appreciated his emphasis on communication and building relationships with your children He also speaks to the importance of establishing boundaries in our own lives so that we are better equipped emotionally to deal with the challenges our kids are facing.I m not sure what Dr Townsend s background is, but I thought it was interesting that he never addressed the whole premise of adolescence He seems to unquestioningly accept an 8 or so year span between childhood and adulthood when adolescents should be seen and treated differently I couldn t help but think of verses like Even a child makes himself known by his acts, by whether his conduct is pure and upright Proverbs 20 11 and Let no one despise you for your youth, but set the believers an example in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, in purity 1 Timothy 4 12 While I certainly want to encourage my children to take time to think and wrestle through ideas and beliefs for themselves, I also want to continually cast a vision for them of being young people of godliness and excellence who are living for something than this world has to offer and Someone greater than themselves.

  7. says:

    God made parents to be the guard rails on the twisting road of life You need to be strong enough for kids to crash into over and over and over again Far better for her if you help empower her to deal safely with cultural influences while she is still with you rather than later, when she is on her own This book came highly recommended but I really struggled with it We ve tried imperfectly to be consistent in what we say v s what we do as parents, so that our now teenagers know there are consequences to their behaviors We ve also tried to parent to their hearts re Shepherding a Child s Heart Big chunks of this book felt heavy handed to me Also, fully half of the book addresses specific rebellious behaviors and how to manage them Honestly, I didn t read all these.That being said, there are some good takeaways In particular, a list of mature qualities to nurture as our teens grow, such as values based, not peer driven pg 88 in my copy I also appreciate the general affirmation that having rules and expecting adherence is the better choice in parenting.For involved, mindful parents, this one works better as a reference book than a how to guide.

  8. says:

    I read Boundaries in Marriage many years ago, and loved it It helped me to identify the abuse I was experiencing in my marriage and I will never forget some of the lessons it taught me Maybe it s because of that that I found this book to be only so so I found that the advice was pretty common sense, and not really helpful in my situation Unfortunately, my daughter has inherited a lot of her father s traits disorders and so dealing with her is a lot trickier than I think this book expects most teens to be I did appreciate the one lesson, given early on in the book, to not just give up and wait til they move out, but to try to keep in mind that the lessons and discipline boundaries you try to instill now will some day be of benefit to them than giving up and doing nothing would be I ve recently been recommended another book, Stop Walking on Eggshells, which I think might be better suited to our situation.

  9. says:

    I sort of knew going into it that it wasn t going to work for me because of my reaction to the original Boundaries book, but it was recommended to us and our teen absolutely needs some boundaries so I was willing to try I didn t disagree with the information, it was just too superficial to be helpful to me Almost all the suggestions we have already tried, so it is like a book for beginners Not like we re some kind of advanced parents, just that our kid has already checked the boxes on all the risky behaviors and teenage shenanigans so we ve already had to deal with it and actually it was validating to know that generally we did ok , and we need next steps It could come across self righteous and condescending in tone but the advice is pretty solid.

  10. says:

    Good overview with practical insights Has a Christian bent to it, which I appreciated very much The advice in here doesn t compartmentalize issues that often intertwine, and it offers support for parents while also gently pushing them to be responsive and responsible That s the first step towards a responsive teen a healthy parent.

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