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Sensible advice, but difficult to equate for non-US parents
on 30 April 2001
The advice contained in this book is sensible, but as a UK Citizen I found it virtually impossible to equate what "stage" my teenager might be at. The book did not talk about ages but focused almost exclusively on the educational stage the teenager was at. Having absolutely no knowledge of how these stages equate to British educational stages I found myself struggling to try and figure out roughly how old the kids were supposed to be at each "stage". Consequently I gave up at chapter eight. What a shame the author couldn't have used rough ages instead of school "grades".