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“My 18 year old is out of control and I am at my wits end! What can I do?” – Anonymous Parent. 18 – 19 year old teens can be the most difficult to address simply because they are considered adults and cannot be forced to get help. As parents, we have limited to no control. Practicing “Tough...
"Wit's End!" by Sue Scheff - A Mother and Daughter's True Story - Advice and Resources for Saving Your Out-of-Control Teen
Plain Talk and Straight Answers for Parents of Troubled Teens Wit's End is the shockingly gripping story of how Sue Scheff, a parent of a formerly troubled teen, turned her mistakes—and her relationship with her daughter—around. This highly practical and prescriptive book calls upon Scheff’s...