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Every teenager rebels against authority at some point. But literally millions of teens take their rebellion to a point where it disrupts their families and endangers their own futures or even their lives. If one of these teens is yours, you’ve probably lived through years of conflicting advice and past solutions that don’t last. Finally, this breakthrough guide from a master therapist will show you the seven steps to positive, permanent change for you and your teenager.
Youâ€™ll receive this bestselling book at your first appointment.
“I found Scott Sellsâ€™ new book to be amazingly helpful. He really does go to exactly those most difficult places where teenagers step over the line, and where there seem to be few effective answers. Dr. Sells gives answers, they are very specific, and they are very practical â€“ real-world answers for real parents and real teenagers.”
“A standout among the multitude of parenting books. Dr. Sells has a rare combination of practical experience coupled with an academicianâ€™s need for researched and effective answers for responding to very difficult teens. For all those parents who want good, immediately applicable ideas that are effective with a severely acting-out adolescent, I can say, without reservations, this is the book for you!”
“An excellent combination of research and practice-with a difficult population! Good practical ideas that help parents answer hard questions.”
“For all parents who want good, immediately applicable ideas that are effective with acting-out teenagers, this is the book for you!”
“Parents of problematic teens will find Parenting Your Out-of-Control Teenager to be an easy-to-read book filled with practical solutions for difficult problems.”
“Sellsâ€™ approach is all â€˜how-toâ€™: he provides seven basic steps, backed up with lists of strategies in the â€˜What do I do ifâ€¦â€™ mode. These steps will empower parents to regain authority, bring families out of deep trouble, and begin to restore the love parents and teens once held for each other.”