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ABOUT THE BOOK
This book is written simply with common sense solutions that parents often forget. Psychotherapist Neil D. Brown does an excellent job personifying the control battle that sometimes happens between parents and teens — what he calls “the beast.” He helps parents understand exactly what “feeds” the beast and gives actionable steps to direct parents on how to “starve” the beast.
THIS BOOK IS BEST FOR WHO?
Best for parents who prefer simplified explanations of complex problems and want to hit the ground running with immediate action steps. It’s also great for partners who struggle having a unified approach to parenting.