Are you equipped to love your teenage effectively? Never before has the task of parenting teenagers been more perplexing. Despite the peer pressure that teenagers face, it is still parents who influence teens the most. And the door to that influence is love. Love is the most functional building block of parent-teen relationships. According to Dr. Chapman, parents must learn to express their love in a language that makes sense to their teenager. Some teens long for tender words, others desire a gentle touch, a thoughtful gift, a kind deed or quality time spent togther. Find out which one of these love languages your child speaks: quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of services, physical touch. Through true stories from the counseling office of Gary Chapman, you will discover how the principles of the five love languages can really work in the lives of your teens and family.
Unabridged. 7 CDs. Read by Chris Fabry.
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