This book examines the process of ego development in adolescence.
It explores the diverse ways in which mothers and fathers subtly
direct their teenagers on to one of the four main "paths" through
adolescence, and facilitate or impede their development - and the
equally diverse ways in which teenager's interactions with their
parents may affect the parents. Throughout, choices of real
children and parents are presented - some happy and successful,
others troubled. The book is aimed at those who work professionally
with adolescents and their families.
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