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First, it was children. Then it was the teenagers – and finally, the adults. Are there no problems which psychologist Nigel Latta can’t solve?
For the first time, in one collection, we’ve got the best of Nigel Latta’s take on the formative years of life – and how to deal with them.
The Politically Incorrect Parenting show – The First Decade: A six part series concentrating on early childhood parenting. Latta takes us on an irreverent and totally non-PC ride examining issues such as why modern playgrounds suck, the inherent weirdness of breast pumps and the horrors of the bath pooh. All the stuff they never told you about in antenatal classes – and more.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Teenagers: An eight part series focusing on the hormone-filled, angst-ridden world of the teenager. Sex, drugs and rebellion – it can be a minefield. Why do modern teenagers seem to feel that the world really does revolve around them and what can parents do?
PLUS BONUS EXTRA: Surviving Teen Driving with Nigel Latta: In Surviving Teen Driving Nigel Latta dishes out the facts about teens and driving. Research shows that parents still have an important role to play, even after teens have passed the restricted test. From dropping cars from cranes, hovering helicopters and rally driving – Nigel demonstrates the differences between the adult and teen brain and how this can impact on safe driving. And more importantly, how parents can help their teens stay safe.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Grown Ups: Latta explores the complexities, frustrations and disillusionments that bedevil adult life in this eight part series. Nigel searches for anything that might make more sense of life or for anything that might explain or make our adult life easier…. or at least a bit funnier.
Special features: TVNZ captioning for the hearing impaired (not available on The Politically Incorrect Guide to Teenagers)
Aspect ratio: 16:9