By Ross Campbell
It's one of the most common parenting scenarios--parent and child are developing nicely, when the child crosses that mysterious threshold into the "teenager zone." Suddenly, the parents feel unable to fully relate to their teen--and the teen responds to the parents' uneasiness. In this best-selling book, Dr. Campbell helps parents understanding the delicate dance between parents and their emerging teenagers. Learn how to create a solid, balanced approach for relating to your teen, how to communicate unconditional love, how to handle teenage anger, as well as your own, and how to help your teenager grow spiritually and intellectually.
About the Author
Dr. Campbell is a former Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine. He has counseled thousands of parents over three decades of practice. Having retired from active counseling, he focuses today on writing and lecturing on parenting topics for an ever-changing cultural world with its challenges for the modern family.
Dr. Campbell's book, How To Really Love Your Teenager won the Gold Medallion Award. Other books include How to Really Love Your Child and Helping Your Twenty-Something Get A Life And Get It Now. Dr. Campbell has also written extensively on dealing with anger in children. In collaboration with Dr. Gary Chapman, he authored the bestselling Five Love Languages of Children.
Dr. Campbell and his wife, Ann, live in Signal Mountain, TN - they have 7 adult children and 15 grandchildren.