Yes, Your Teen is Crazy!

Thursday, May 3, 2018 by Child & Family Development

The subtitle of this book is just perfect. "Loving Your kid Without Losing Your Mind." The teen years can be difficult. This book is often recommended by our Child Psychologists. It's powerful, straight forward and very informative. The author, Michael J. Bradley, has also published a companion book. Yes, Your Parents are Crazy! - A Teen Survival Guide. These publications have received rave reviews from parents, teachers and clinicians. If you have a teenager at home, you might want to consider checking these books out!

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