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The material in this book is relevant to a wide range of parents, including but not limited to those who:

* Think their teen is fine, but just want to make sure.

* Worry their teen maybe struggling and want to get an idea as to what may be going on.

* Know their teen is experiencing some difficulties but aren’t sure what to do about it.

* Feel alarmed and frightened by their teen’s behavior and want guidance.

* Have tried to get help for their teen in the past, but the situation did not improve.

* Have found help for their teen and want to be certain they are on the right track.

Every type of parent can benefit from this book—married parents, single parents, divorced parents, stepparents, adoptive parents, foster parents, and even grandparents. (more…)


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