How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind by Ken DavisHow to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind by Ken Davis

How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind

byKen Davis

Paperback | August 13, 1988

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If you think How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your Mind! was written to teach teens how to change their parents, think again. This book helps you change your family starting where the power to change really begins -- with yourself and the way you view your folks. Ken Davis cuts through the complexities of living with parents. He uses the Bible to drive home the importance of family harmony. He encourages you that God is the "Wizard of Odds" who can help you overcome any family problem, no matter how big or small. And Ken shows you communication skills that can really make a difference. But don't get the idea this book is for teens only. Parents should read it, too. They'll find new understanding of how they really make decisions, how they assert their teenagers -- and it will help young adults improve the way they "teenage" their parents. Read it, let your family read it . . . and watch good things start to happen.

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Ken Davis provides a unique mixture of side-splitting humor and inspiration that never fails to delight and enrich audiences of all ages. Davis's daily radio program, Lighten Up! is broadcast on over 500 stations nationwide.

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Title:How to Live with Your Parents Without Losing Your MindFormat:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.44 inPublished:August 13, 1988Publisher:Zondervan

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0310323312

ISBN - 13:9780310323310

Appropriate for ages: 12 - 12

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Advice for teenagers on how to get along with parents, drawing on Christian precepts