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I've Had It Up To Here with Teenagers Table of Contents, Letter from the Author, and Excerpt

I've Had It Up To Here with Teenagers Table of Contents, Letter from the Author, and Excerpt

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In her inimitable style, Melinda Rainey Thompson makes I’ve Had It Up to Here with Teenagers both a humorous rant against teens and a celebration of seeing them rise from the ashes of battle to become well-adjusted, responsible humans. “Parental love is fierce and illogical,” she writes. “I think it is the strongest force on earth. It trumps everything, thank God: sleepless nights, hard stadium seats, endless recitals, broken hearts, losing seasons, throw-up viruses, bad grades, poor choices, and everything else life throws at teenagers and their parents.”
In her inimitable style, Melinda Rainey Thompson makes I’ve Had It Up to Here with Teenagers both a humorous rant against teens and a celebration of seeing them rise from the ashes of battle to become well-adjusted, responsible humans. “Parental love is fierce and illogical,” she writes. “I think it is the strongest force on earth. It trumps everything, thank God: sleepless nights, hard stadium seats, endless recitals, broken hearts, losing seasons, throw-up viruses, bad grades, poor choices, and everything else life throws at teenagers and their parents.”

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Published by: BlairPublisher on Nov 28, 2011
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I’VE HAD IT UP TO HERE WITH
TEENAGERS
MELINDA RAINEY THOMPSON
J
ohn
F. B
lair 
 
P u b l i s h e r 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
 
Contents
A Letter ro the Author ix
LIFE LESSONS
Wht’s with the Attitude? 3
Te Not-So-Sweet Sounds o een ’ude
13Do I Hve to Py or Tt? 14
Yours, Mine, and Ours
24Curew Conundrus 25
Sorry I’m Late
34Hve You Considered the Consequences? 36
Choices, Choices, Choices
51Where Did You Get Tt Ide? 53
You Can’t Believe Everything You Hear . . .
65
THE COMFORTS OF HOME
Lundry Lents 69
You Can’t each eenagers . . .
83
 
viii
Don’t Look under the Bed 85
Tings I Have Found in My eenagers’ Rooms
92Wht’s or Dinner? 95
Tings eens Say Tat Enrage the Cook
106
TEENS ON THE LOOSE
Where Are You Going Dressed Like Tt? 109
Clothing Complaints
121Cn I Drive? 123
Straight rom the Mouths o eenage Drivers
138Who Are You lking o? 140
www.eenager
 
148
Leve Light On, Plese 150
Te Mom Chaperon
158Te Rebuttl by Wrner Toson 160Acknowledgents 165

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