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This is the book that made Anthony E. Wolf, Ph.D. a best-selling author. Get Out of My Life, But First Could You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall? focuses on the legendary task all parents must face: raising teenagers. In this insightful and humorous audiobook, noted clinical psychologist Anthony Wolf digs into the mysteries of raising children aged 13 and up. This audiobook not only defines the physical and mental changes of growing up, but also illustrates ways to deal effectively with problems ranging from drug use to intermittent defiance. Dr. Wolf’s positive, compassionate approach offers parents what they want most: effective methods to raise happy and successful teenagers. Whether you already have a teenager or have a preteen creeping up on adolescence, Wolf’s gentle wisdom and astute insights will help improve your parenting skills. George Guidall’s savvy, unbiased narration makes each cassette feel like a comfortable conversation with a wise old friend.

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This man knows teens!

As a parent educator and author myself, I have been studying the psychology of adolesents for many years. Dr. Wolf has today's modern teen pegged with accuracy. Anyone raising tweens or teens must read this book before they do anything else. What you will learn from this psychologist will change your relationship with your child forever, and for the best!

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  • Ron
  • Melbourne, FL, United States
  • 06-26-12

Must read for all parents with teens

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Great insight in to the teenage thought process. Funny look at how parents can make living with a teenager manageable.

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Thank you for restoring my sanity.

I will re listen to this book a few more times. The reader is wonderful and really very comforting. After the first few chapters, I no longer felt "alone" in my feelings of losing my mind. This book really breaks it down and levels with parents. I have already recommended this book to all of my fellow parents of teens. My family is beginning to communicate better because of this book. Thank you!!!

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Good guide for the perplexed

Teenage parenting can be difficult.There are some beautiful thoughts and guidance about teenage parenting.It is told lucidly in a interesting way.

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Really great book about raising teenagers!

A must listen to. I am sure you feel more relaxed about the whole process as I do.

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Good facts good advice

great book but the words are cut off along the dialogue. plenty of examples but does not provide too much advice. it only gives facts

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Finally, help that made sense!

A book really hit home for me. I can now smile when my son acts the way he does because it is normal adolescence. Thank you.