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How to Talk so Teens Will Listen and Listen so Teens Will [Anglais] [Broché]

Adele Faber , Elaine Mazlish
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22 août 2006

The renowned #1 New York Times bestselling authors share their advice and expertise with parents and teens in this accessible, indispensable guide to surviving adolescence.

Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish transformed parenting with their breakthrough, bestselling books Siblings Without Rivalry and How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk. Now, they return with this essential guide that tackles the tough issues teens and parents face today.

Filled with straightforward advice and written in their trademark, down-to-earth style sure to appeal to both parents and teens, this all-new volume offers both innovative, easy-to-implement suggestions and proven techniques to build the foundation for lasting relationships. From curfews and cliques to sex and drugs, it gives parents the tools to help their children safely navigate the often stormy years of adolescence.


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Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish are internationally acclaimed, award-winning experts on adult-child communication. Both lecture nationwide, and their group workshop programs are used by thousands of groups throughout the world to improve communication between children and adults.


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  • Broché: 224 pages
  • Editeur : William Morrow Paperbacks; Édition : Reprint (22 août 2006)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0060741260
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060741266
  • Dimensions du produit: 20,4 x 13,7 x 1,4 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Apprendre à communiquer avec son ado 5 février 2014
Par HAPE
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Agréable découverte d'Adèle Faber qui nous vient du Canada. Le livre nous plonge au milieu d'un groupe de travail, ce qui lui donne un caractère très pratique. Il est accompagné de planches de bd de mise en situation afin d'expliquer le comportement que les parents adoptent en général et celui qu'il faudrait adopter. Il y a en fait beaucoup de choses logiques dans cet ouvrage, mais auxquels nous ne pensons pas forcement. Nous avons tendance à vouloir absolument "gouverner" nos enfants en pensant en même temps les protéger, alors que nos ados, qui sont en train de se transformer, ont essentiellement besoin qu'on les écoute et qu'on leur parle comme l'on parlerait à un jeune adulte, plutôt que leur imposer des directives sans explication et d'un ton pas toujours aimable.
C'est un must have, que l'on doit garder en permanence sur sa table de chevet.
Le livre est en anglais, mais assez digeste. Pas de difficulté particulière pour le comprendre.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 At last! Skills that work with teenagers! 3 mars 2006
Par Diana D. DePalma - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Nineteen years ago I had reached the end of my "motherhood rope". The kids were fighting, whining, manipulating, throwing tantrums... just generally being "kids." But one day it just became way too overwhelming, so I left them home with their dad and escaped to the mall. While in the bookstore I couldn't help but notice an enticing book cover: "How To Talk So Kids Will Listen And Listen So Kids Will Talk." "That'll be the day!" I grunted, but walked across the aisle to page through the book... Inside I noticed what an easy read this book was for busy mothers like myself; cartoons showing me skills such as "Instead of nagging, try saying it with a word!" Interesting! I took the book home and that very skill was the first one I tried ----- and the first of many that worked! (Instead of nagging that we didn't own the electric company because I saw the bathroom light had been left on, I simply said "Lights!" and the kids actually jumped up to shut the light!)

Amazing!! I had to share this wonderful book with my friends at the PTA!! The PTA said "We'll sponsor a workshop if you lead it!" I agreed, and have been leading workshops based on the Faber/Mazlish series successfully for the past nineteen years. The only thing missing was help for the parents of teenagers, but thanks to the authors, that problem is now solved. The positive feedback on this book from parents in my classes has been heartwarming. Unruly, sullen teens were now taking the time to have conversations with their parents, agreeing to accompany families on vacations, cleaning their rooms, and getting haircuts!!! There was no end to the good news I was receiving in my classrooms! Is this book a magic bullet? A miracle cure to the teenage "attitude disease?" Wake up! There are no magic bullets, and anyone who has taken my class will tell you that I don't promise miracles, but I do promise calm. Could you use some "calm" in your home? Thanks to Adele and Elaine's revamping of Dr. Haim Ginott's teachings to fit the teenage years, you can breathe a little easier. Pick up a copy of this book and slowly start incorporating the skills into your home life; you won't be disappointed, I promise.

Isn't it time for you to experience the "calm?"
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great update to their solid earlier work 4 février 2006
Par B. Farris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
I had just finished "How to Talk so Your Kids Will Listen..." when someone told me that this book had come out. Putting the lessons of the earlier book to work on the communications with my 8, 10 & 12 year olds was helping a lot. Less yelling, more communicating, actually solving some problems; welcome changes. So when I saw this at the local library I grabbed it.

It starts off with familiar material from the first book, but then goes further with more pertinent examples and sections about friends, and how to talk about sex and drugs.

I'm still the early stages of my journey with this material. But so far it's a much better way.

One more comment. This is unlike so many self-help books that go on and on about the problem before they get to anything practical. This book is 100% practical. From the first chapter there will be challenges and opportunities for you to improve your communication (with your kids or anyone else).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoy this quick read that so effectively helps you achieve the "impossible"--a loving relationship with your teens. 18 mai 2007
Par Dr. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Do you remember how supportive and understanding your parents were during your teenage years? Do you recall how you could confide in them, how they trusted your judgment and how appreciative they were of your help?

For most, the answer is simple--"no!"

Flash forward: Would your own teenagers consider you loving and understanding? Do they confide in you? Do they feel trusted and appreciated by you? And...do you feel loved, understood, trusted and appreciated by your teens?

What gets in the way in the way of "yes" answers to these questions? In this book Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish explore the teenage years and help parents and teens get closer to "yes" answers. They show what goes wrong (e.g., blaming, name-calling, lecturing, playing martyr) and help both parents and teens develop an attitude of earned respect and appreciation for one another. Impossible? Think again--open the pages and hear the stories of parents who have just about given up on their teens--whether it's dealing with sassing, homework, chores, hanging with the "wrong crowd" ...sexual promiscuity, binge drinking, "experimenting with pot" or discovering that your daughter has plans to meet a strange man she's been hooking up with on the internet-- watch how the right attitude and skills dramatically improve life at home.

Enjoy this quick read that so effectively helps you achieve what you might have written off as impossible--a loving relationship with your teens.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 How to talk so Teens will Listen and Listen so teens will Talk 12 octobre 2005
Par Victoria Warren - Publié sur Amazon.com
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These books are so open and honest about issues dealing with children. They teach a way to be a parent in a non abusive directive that makes children feel good about themselves and teaches them to have self control. They actually can think for themselves and become productive self-reliant adults.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk 15 août 2006
Par M. Luna - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
The book offered lots of examples that involves changing the way you word things when speaking to your teen with the goal that it will have a more positive affect on conversations with your kids. It's worthwhile in the sense that it gives helpful examples of "conversation starters" to hopefully get the teen talking. But it's no guarantee either that you will get the response you're looking for because the person you're trying to talk to or reason with has their own, seperate agenda. So it's a good starting point rather than a "quick fix" which, when looking at the big picture, should work out a lot better.
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