'Teenage as a Second Language': Q&A With Author Barbara Greenberg, PhD

Your teen will talk, but you have to wait until she's ready. Credit: Adams Media
Fine. Whatever. I don't care. That's the opening to "Teenage as a Second Language: A Parent's Guide to Becoming Bilingual," a how-to guide for frustrate...
Do you ever feel like you and your teen are speaking different languages? Well, you're right, but there's help.

Do you "talk politics" to your kids?

When I think back to my younger years, I don't remember my parents ever discussing politics with me. I do remember knowing which way they tended to vote and that they'd never vote for "the other party." I remember thinking that you should never disc...


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