Ever feel like everything you say to your teenager is going in one ear and out the other? Communication between parents and teenagers is a challenge that every family will face. Not only is there a generation gap, but parents, particularly first generation immigrants to America, must also deal with a cultural gap. Immigrating to America is much more than sitting on a plane for 15 hours. It is a cross-cultural experience and transition that affects many areas of life, especially parent-child relationships. This book explores the obstacles that many parents and teenagers encounter in their communication and provides methods and strategies on how to overcome them.