Surviving (Your Child's) Adolescence

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A Detachment Theory of Parenting Adolescents

Attachment parenting is for childhood; detachment parenting is for adolescence. Those parents who are most attached to their children can have the hardest time come adolescence when now they must start letting go. Read More

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Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D., is a psychologist in Austin, Texas. His most recent books are: The Connected Father, The Future of Your Only Child, and Stop Screaming.


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