Living With Teens

When working parents have a baby they often choose to take some time off in those early formative years. But some parents decide the teen years are a more important time to be with kids. Join guest host Lynn Neary and guests for a discussion about living with teens.

Guests:

Laura Sessions Stepp
*Author, Our Last Best Shot: Guiding Our Children Through Early Adolescence (Riverhead Books, 2001)
*Washington Post reporter)

*Mike Stilwell
*Stay-at-home dad; he and his wife decided he would stay home with their three children as they were entering teen years
*Runs "D.C. Metro Dads" group

Alan Levitt
*Director of the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign at the White House National Drug Policy Office

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