You learn what to say when you walk up to meet her, things that actually are proven to work.This ebook gives real examples of interactions and explains why they work.The book is kind of a funny how to manual and running commentary on the care and feeding of two teenage daughters and a pre-teen boy.There is the expected chaos, the hormones, the constant state of crisis of the teenager's mind set, the physical changes, and the heart warming helplessness of the formerly protective parent no longer sure of what or how to protect his children.Like those Dilbert compilations they put out two or three times a year that collects old strips.Cameron also includes filler, like he tries to meet his editor's word requirement by adding "cute phrases" like "You are the father" at the end of every chapter. But if you are looking for some light reading, or have teenage girls, this book will provide welcome relief.That is, a tongue in cheek "How can this be happening to me?" attitude, applied to the daily chore of raising teenage girls. Bruce Cameron's columns have always been a cross between Dave Barry and Erma Bombeck.
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His humor or guffaw level is also somewhere in between, that is, his observations are funnier than Erma, but I've never gotten the fall down on the floor belly laughs that Dave can sometimes produce. That is, a tongue in cheek "How can this be happening to me?
" attitude, applied to the daily chore of raising teenage girls.
These are all the same themes covered by the articles over the last five or so years.
The book is almost like a compilation of his old columns.