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Best Selling Book, “What You Can Learn from Your Teenager”, Is Now On Sale On Amazon for 5 Days (until 04/24/2015)

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Jean-Pierre Kallanian’s new book, “What You Can Learn from Your Teenager: Lessons in Parenting and Personal Growth” will be available for download in the Amazon Kindle Store on April 20th for only .99 cents.
Jean-Pierre Kallanian has sixteen years’ practical experience working with disadvantaged, at-risk and court-involved youth, and has two teenage sons of his own, but he’s not the expert on your teenager. You are!
This innovative book provides a teenage inspired framework for developing your own, individualized approach toward a stronger relationship with your son or daughter. Within eight lessons are tips, dialogues, analogies, and charts to help you better understand the particular dynamics and interactions between you and your child. Each lesson is capped-off with an explanation of what you can learn from your teenager and a summary of key takeaways. By combining psychology, philosophy, and practical advice, you will come to appreciate your son or daughter as a whole person. By better understanding your teenager’s strengths, abilities, and approach to living, you can feel relieved, excited, and confident about developing a relationship you want and even learn how to live a more fulfilling life yourself.
Embrace the fact that you are the expert on your own child, and use this book as a guide to creating a natural approach toward a parent-child relationship that is mutually rewarding and inspiring.
“What You Can Learn from Your Teenager” by Jean-Pierre Kallanian will be available for download for .99 cents on Amazon for 5 days (04/20/2015 – 04/24/2015) at:

“What You Can Learn from Your Teenager” has a 4.9 star rating on Here’s what some people are saying:
“My oldest is quickly approaching his teenage years, and I am already looking ahead to make that time for him the best transition to adulthood as I possibly can. After all, my job as a parent is to prepare my children to survive - this is simply part of evolution. Human interpersonal relationships make this more complicated than with any other species. He needs to learn to interact with his peers and superiors. He needs to learn the when, where, how, why, and what of every day living.
This book puts it very well in saying that parenting is “as much of an art form as a skill.” There is certainly no handbook for raising children. By promoting seeing your teenager as a whole person to interact with and learn from, as well as teach, you are opening up opportunities for growth and maturation. The essence is that parenting is as much a learning experience as growing up. Practice, practice, practice. Mistakes will happen.
This guide takes you through several different “lessons” intended not only for reading and storing, but for utilizing and perfecting.
I found the information interesting to consider and the arguments were well thought out and supported with logical information. In considering the basic needs that need to be met on a daily basis, and the pull and value of each need, a lot of things fall into perspective. This book is not only useful for having a relationship with your teen, but with pre-teens and other adults (and even yourself).” – Mike V.
“I am the oldest of seven and I have two children, so I usually do not read parenting books, due to my life experience; but I really enjoyed this book. I was delighted with the fact that the book does not tell parents how to raise their child, but helps them find a way based on their children needs. I really enjoyed the title of the book, because many parents (for whatever reason) find it difficult to listen to their children. This book is well-worth the price. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone with kids.” – Simon Gibbs

For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Rebecca, Author Liaison, at (626) 765-9750 or email
About The Author:
Jean-Pierre Kallanian, EdM, has worked with hundreds of adolescents from diverse backgrounds in secure and residential programs in the Massachusetts juvenile justice system. He has seen and dealt with just about every teenage situation including runaways, gangs, assaultive behaviors, substance abuse, mental health, and self-harm. Kallanian has led and advised staff on forming effective working relationships with some of the state’s most difficult youth, many of whom were guilty of serious and violent offenses and had traumatic histories of abuse and neglect. Additionally, Kallanian has spoken internationally, advocating for the rights of youth in conflict with the law and their social reintegration. He is available to support institutions or organizations interested in improving services to young people. For more information go to
In “What You Can Learn from Your Teenager”, Kallanian shares his professional expertise as well as his personal insights regarding youth from raising his two teenage sons.



 Parenting teens
 Teen psychology
 Understanding adolescents
 Communicating with teens

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