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Breaking the Parent-Child Barrier

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Breaking the Parent-Child Barrier

Breaking the Parent-Child Barrier

Breaking the Parent-Child Barrier

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What a parent says and what a teen hears are two very different things. A new book written by two teenagers tries to break the communication barrier.

Guests:

Lara Fox, co-author, Breaking the Code: Two Teens Reveal the Secrets to Better Parent-Child Communication; high school senior at Fieldston High School in N.Y.

Hilary Frankel, co-author, Breaking the Code: Two Teens Reveal the Secrets to Better Parent-Child Communication; high school senior at Fieldston High School in N.Y.

Elaine Mazlish, parent educators, best-selling award-winning authors of books about parent-child relationships; forthcoming book: How to Talk So Teens Will Listen

Adele Faber, parent educators, best-selling award-winning authors of books about parent-child relationships; forthcoming book: How to Talk So Teens Will Listen

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