• Anger Management for Teenagers

  • Urgent Help for Parents of Teenagers Who Display Uncontrollable Anger that Has Been Difficult to Resolve
  • By: Cheryline P. Lawson
  • Narrated by: Ashley Huyge
  • Length: 2 hrs
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Anger Management for Teenagers

By: Cheryline P. Lawson
Narrated by: Ashley Huyge
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Publisher's Summary

Teenagers, these days, have a hard time dealing with peer pressure, school schedules, family, stress and so many other things. Anger and depression are usually the result and parents are finding it hard to deal with their teenager's bad attitude and angry outbursts. Learn how you can cope with and help your teenager to get through those difficult teenager years.

©2011 Cheryline Lawson (P)2014 Cheryline Lawson

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Grrrr

This is a good book to help with an angry teen. It will definately help as my daughter gets older if she has any anger issues
however; my son defies rules and doesn't care about the consequences and absolutely refuses therapy no matter what I do or take away

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Great info and dialog examples!

loved it! The subject matter is a difficult one, however I thought they did a good job of giving real solutions to real problems.

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Great Book!!!

If I had ONLY read it 20 years ago....
It would have saved my marriage!!!!

And I wouldn't be dealing with an Angry Teenage son right now...

I truly think it would benefit from some tweaking, republished re: marriage, so that men who never really grew up, but instead became narcissists, sociopaths and psychopaths, could get an accurate diagnosis so that helpful info could be given to their wives, to protect their own kids from this insidious abuse.

Remarkable!

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Annoying repeatation.No solution.

Complete repeating anger for teen is bad. No solution.

Perhaps, author really need to learn how to handle teenager, to write next book, to provide solution.

Waste of time.

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Not worth the price

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Ashley Huyge?

The narrator speaks like a mother of nursery children. An older man will deliver better.

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The title of this book is misleading. The author is not offering a solution to the problem, but rather tries to comfort you that you are not alone etc... She explores the problem only on the surface and in a very soft manner, like a person who has no experience with such issues but has read a few articles on the topic.