Has anyone read this book? If so, any comments? This is one of several books I picked up at the library having to do with parenting teens. Interesting reading. One paragraph (pg. 10, The Problems Facing Today's Families) reads as follows, "As a result of pop psychology and societal changes that focus on the individual's rights, you are probably much more willing to accept questionable actions by your teens. You may have been brainwashed to think you need to allow a child's individual spirit to be expressed and set free with few limits. Politically correct parenting may have made you impotent." That is food for thought. Personally, I think I was more concerned with that "political correctness" when my kids were younger; at one point, I realized that if I did not find a way to be more assertive, my kids were going to run all over me; in my opinion, nobody wins that way. It has gotten better but it has also taken time and work.