Paulson – Can I have the keys to the car?

CELC

306.874 P

Paulson

1999

Author: Paulson, Terry L.

Title: Can I have the keys to the car? : how teens and parents can talk about things that really matter / Terry Paulson, Sean D. Paulson.

Other authors: Paulson, Sean D., 1971-

Publisher: Minneapolis : Augsburg, c1999.

ISBN: 0806638362 (ALK. PAPER)

Physical description: 128 p. ; 24 cm.

Summary:  Sometimes the most important things in life are the hardest to talk about. Whether it’s the keys to the car or the keys to life, parents and teens need to find ways to talk to each other about tough issues, such as: safe driving; alcohol and drugs; sex; study habits and grades; honesty; schedules and curfews; family chores; self-discipline.

These issues often tear families apart. But talking about them doesn’t have to be destructive—or boring. After interviewing hundreds of teens and parents, the father-and-son team of Terry and Sean Paulson have written a reassuring and practical book that helps teens and parents talk together and laugh together about life’s tough issues.

Subjects: Parent and teenager — United States.
Fathers and sons — United States.
Parenting — Religious aspects — Christianity.

Title: Can I have the keys to the car? : how teens and parents can talk about things that really matter / Terry Paulson, Sean D. Paulson.
Author: Paulson, Terry L.
Other authors: Paulson, Sean D., 1971-
Publisher: Minneapolis : Augsburg, c1999.
ISBN: 0806638362 (ALK. PAPER)
Physical description: 128 p. ; 24 cm.
Topic: Parent and teenager — United States.
Fathers and sons — United States.
Parenting — Religious aspects — Christianity.
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