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12/17/2007 3:04:43 PM
Keeping the Communication Lines Open

Especially in a high school home school setting, there are numerous opportunities throughout the day for communication lines to either ring busy or end up in a dropped call!  If you could use some help in learning to better communicate with your teen, these books provide insightful assistance for parents relating to their young adults: 

Age of Opportunity and War of Words:  Getting to the Heart of Your Communication Struggles (both by Paul David Tripp).    

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