"I can never seem to please my parents." "My best friend just found another best friend." "My little sister drives me bananas!' "Sometimes I feel so angry/scared/depressed?" "No one understands me." Teenagers have long awaited a book that honestly addresses the issues important to them. in "Teen Esteem", experienced family therapist Sarah Chana Radcliffe guides you, the Jewish teen, through the problems and pitfalls of adolescence. As in her previous, widely acclaimed books, Mrs. Radcliffe offers a irresistible blend of sensible advice and confidence building inspiration. There's no question about it: she understands. Whether its coping with irritable siblings, critical parents, or friendship disasters, "Teen Esteem's" winning technique is refreshingly simple. sensitive, realistic, and direct, "Teen Esteem" goes straight to the heart of what really matters to you , the teenager. Learn how to get along with the people who are important to you. Find out what it takes to be a real friend. Develop skills that will accompany you long after you've left your teen years behind. Most of all, learn to like who you are and who you can be! It's all here for you - in "Teen Esteem."
by Sarah Chana Radcliffe
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