Are you and your favorite teenager having too many conversations like this? qHow was school?q qFine.q qSoccer practice?q qSame as always.q qAnything interesting happen today?q qNope.q qNice talking with you!q Let's face it. Teenagers have a PhD in one-word answers . . . if we don't ask the right questions. In this book, veteran youth expert Jonathan McKee shares 180 creative discussion starters to help teens open up about issues that matter. You'll also find tips for interpreting their responses and follow-up questions. From light-hearted to more serious, these conversation springboards will encourage even the most reluctant teen to talk about friends, school, values, struggles, and much more. qThe perfect tool for connecting with today's teenagers.q --Dr. Kevin Leman, author of Have a New Teenager by Friday qFew people understand the teenage world like Jonathan McKee. This book is one of the most helpful and practical tools I have ever seen to get teenagers talking with their parents about important topics.q--Jim Burns, PhD, author of Teenology: The Art of Raising Great Teenagers and Confident ParentingJonathan McKee serves parents with insightful tips on how to stimulate conversation to provoke meaningful dialogue. Parents, this is the stuff that matters!
|Title||:||Get Your Teenager Talking|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2014-04-29|