Is your teen showing interest in dating and sex?
Or already whirling down that path, full speed ahead?
Are you worried he (or she) will make risky decisions — with life-changing consequences?
Total honesty: it won’t be easy, but it’s not too late to influence your kid’s attitudes about dating and sex… and help your kid become a safe and self-respecting young adult.
Inside this Life Guide, you’ll learn how to…
: Supervise your teen’s dating activities (and why it’s critical that you do so).
: Enforce age-appropriate consequences for lying or going out without permission.
: Ensure online safety and keep your teen safe from inappropriate websites.
: Hold difficult (and potentially “awkward”) conversations with your teen.
: Teach your kid the life-changing power of saying “No.”
: And more!
Includes a 40 page digital workbook & 50-minute audio guide, so that you can listen to the entire book on-the-go.
To listen to a short audio sample, click on the arrow below.
“My teen wanted to date an older boy. It really scared me. This Guide was a life saver. It helped me to calmly explain to her why that was not wise. She heard me, thank you.”
“I felt really guilty for not having talked about “the birds and the bees” when my teen was younger. I’ve been having sleepiness nights about what to say, because I knew I needed to talk to him. The safety practices in this Guide were just the tools I needed. These 40 pages hold a lifetime of parenting wisdom.
The biggest take-away for me is that I need function as my child’s parent, not his friend. That can come later.
One of the best parts of reading Dr. Gelb’s Life Guide is that it is so simply expressed, so user-friendly, so down-to-earth. I was able to grasp every word… and every word gave me hope.”
“I always felt weird about the idea of supervising my teen’s dates. But I knew it was necessary. This Guide gave me the strength to follow my gut and do what I need to do to be the best parent I can be.
It also helped me feel more comfortable teaching my daughter about the power of “No.” Before reading this Guide I myself had a lot of resistance to saying “No.” So how could I expect my child to say it? Thanks to this Guide I’ve made peace with saying “No” and in doing so, my child has a powerful tool to keep her safe in what could be a very dangerous world for a teen. With deep appreciation.”
“Your guidebooks are gems.”