"Tough Guys and Drama Queens" by Mark Gregston is a book devoted to helping parents navigate the difficult teen years with their children. The book is divided up into three parts - one that discusses today's culture, on that discusses detrimental parenting practices, and parenting practices that really work. Each part has several chapters, that elaborate on the topics. What I liked about this book was the relevance to today's culture and society. I liked the book's focus on connections, trust, and independence and how to build those characteristics in our teens. I think that it is so important to raise young adults who are confident, and have good morals, and this book definitely gives a lot of helpful information in avoiding potential landmines in the teen years. I would recommend this book to anyone who has children headed to their teen years. I would give it a 5/5.
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