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    Default 2 books up for grabs for reviewers - got a teenager or a 5-12 year old??

    We've got two books from psychologist Dr Darryl Cross to help with family harmony and getting kids to do what they are told (just in case your kids aren't quite the little angels you'd always imagined they'd be!)

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    Growing Up Children
    How to get 5 - 12 year olds to behave & do as they are told!

    In this book, you will discover the following:

    • Why we are ineffective as parents
    • Why we seem to say the same thing to our children day after day and nothing seems to change
    • How to really get across to children
    • How to find the balance in parenting
    • How to get your child to do as you ask the first time
    • How to create more family harmony and cooperation
    • and more...


    http://www.growingupchildren.com/children/index.htm

    Teenage Trouble-Shooting
    How to stop your adolescent driving you crazy

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    How to turn your teenager into a human being in less time than you think …

    How an easy-to-understand set of psychologically proven ideas can help revolutionise your relationship with your teenager in as little as a few minutes and create a new bond with your child that will last a life-time.
    http://www.teenagertroubleshooting.c...gers/index.htm


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    If you agree to all the above, post in this thread saying Pick Me & let us know which book you'd like to review and why!!

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    We heve a boy(7) girl(6) girl (18 months) boy (10 weeks)

    We are really struggling with our 7 year old and him not listening, to a point where we just dont know what to do.

    I would love to review this book and see what onformation it can open for us!

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    I have a teenager (nearly 14) and a five year old.

    Would LOVE to read/review the book for teens. I feel like I'm trying to raise an alien with my hormonal/boy crazy daughter ... could really do with pointers in how to deal or get through the teenage years and get to the otherside with a well adjusted teen and still be ready to help the next two get through those years as well, without me loosing my mind :s
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    me pick me!


    I have a 10yo and a 8yo and I have a 12yo and a 14yo most w/e's

    I'd love to read/review either book - I am always trying to reconsider my own upbringing and life and I'd like to do it better for my kids

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    I have an 18yr old dd, and an 11yr old ds. I would love to review the book/s for either category. My ds is giving me all sorts of attitude lately, this book could be the answer I have been hoping for...

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    I have a 5 year old and a 16 year old and 13 year old would love to review a book. If there is a way to turn my teens into humans I wanna know about it
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    Please pick me for the teen book.

    We have a 13 year old (& a baby on the way) and we need all the help we can get!

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    Please Pick Me!

    I would love the chance to read the Growing Up Children Book, I have 3 boys aged 1, 8 and 10 and the 8 and 10 year old are driving me crazy at times lately! The 10 year old is ignoring us when we ask him to do something and the 8 year old has started back chatting.. any tips the book could give us would help!

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    Default Growing up Children book

    Pick me

    I have 6 yo daughter, she has been playing with computer games and so hard to ask to do something.

    I would love to read Growing up children book, hopefully can find some tips and answers.

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    Oh pick me for either please

    I have a soon to be 5 yr old, a five year old, a 12 year old and a nearly 15 year old would love the opportunity to read and review either


 

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