Classic Titles for Parents and Teens



Life Happens
A Teenager's Guide to Friends, Sexuality, Love, Peer Pressure, Families, Loss, Depression, Change and Other Challenges of Living 
with Charles Wibbelsman
Solo Parenting
Your Essential Guide
How to Find the Balance between Parenthood and Personhood

This book explores "common crises" that teens experience and suggests ways to get past problems and move on with life. Topics cover include the death of a family member, teen pregnancy, the end of a romantic relationship, being homosexual, and having an alcoholic parent, along with everyday stresses like living up to parental expectations and balancing schoolwork with fun. Helpful and clear-cut, the book fosters the benefits of embracing and being open about feelings. (Perigee Books)

Recognizing the extraordinary demands placed upon most single parents (whether divorced, widowed, or never-married), Kathy McCoy has written this manual to help them gain more control over their lives. Alluding to the many single parents interviewed, she outlines a step-by-step approach to problems with money, job, child care, emotions--including letting go of guilt--and social life. This guide also acknowledges the needs of those with and those without child custody. (Plume)

The Teenage Survival Guide
Coping with Problems in Everyday life
The Secrets of My Life
A Girl's Self-Discovery Journal

A unique, personal time capsule for any girl to use and keep her whole life, The Secrets of My Life will reveal clues about the writer's personality, identity and future. The book acts as a life guide through changing times with totally down-to-earth tips and advice and by asking thought-provoking questions about family, childhood likes and dislikes, best friends, school, body changes, crushes and first loves, career aspirations, and self-identity. This keepsake lets the writer go back and read what's been written, to see, feel, and understand all of life's great milestones on the journey from girl to young woman. (St. Martin's Press)

Advice for teenagers on such aspects of growing up as identity, parents, siblings, school, friends, dating, love, sex, etiquette, crisis-coping, and planning the future. (Pocket Books)

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​© 2020 by Dr. Kathy McCoy.

Created by Get There Media, Inc.

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