When to Worry Book Giveaway

Friday, February 08, 2008

For many parents, raising an adolescent can be challenging, stressful and overwhelming. Parents can easily feel helpless when suddenly faced with a moody, defiant, unpredictable, or overly-sensitive teenager. At some point every teen acts out, but how can parents tell if these changes are a normal part of adolescence or if their teen is in need of help?

Lisa Boesky is a clinical psychologist and an expert on troubled teens. In When to Worry she shares warning signs of serious problems, effective solutions for a variety of problems including depression, eating disorders and school issues, the pros and cons of medications for teens, cutting and self-mutilation, substance abuse and so much more.

Parents learn how to recognize warning signs of important teen problems and are given specific "dos and don'ts" to decrease their teen's struggles and increase peace in the family home.

Compassionate and reassuring, this practical and user-friendly guide is invaluable to any adult concerned about a teenage child.

When to Worry was awarded a 2007 iParenting Media Award for "Outstanding Book"

Want to win a copy of this book?

To enter, email theopinionatedparent@gmail.com with WHEN TO WORRY in the subject line and that it! You must include your full name and mailing address within your email or your entry will be invalid. Contest closes at midnight MST on February 15, 2008.


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