How to Argue with Your Teen & Win!

I’m proud to announce the release of my first book. It’s a short work that I have published to the Kindle market on Amazon, but I hope that it is a stepping stone to more extensive materials.
If you don’t have a Kindle, not to worry because neither do I. You do  however have a computer or maybe a smartphone and therefore can download the Kindle application for FREE! 
Basically, this is two chapters from a previous book I outlined and taught in an adult Sunday school class. I’ve been shopping it to agents and publishers but no luck yet. The parenting genre is a tough market so I decided to go at it in this direction. If all goes well, I may do a Kindle book on marriage, but until then, I hope you’ll check this one out. 
This book is dedicated to my mom and dad; the best of parents.

What has already been said about How to Argue . . . ?

“A much needed book for parents who are struggling with a challenging teen. I think every parent who has a teenager or child in the house should get this book to learn helpful techniques for relating to their son or daughter. It discusses the secret to eliminating power struggles. I wish I had this book when I was raising my teenage daughters, alone. I could have avoided many years of frustration and pain.”

-Susan Bowman, Ed.S., Author of many books including her memoir,

Breaking Free: A Memoir of a Teenage Runaway

“I loved it! I can use this material for dealing with my teenage clients and their parents, but also for dealing with my own 2 children (ages 15 and 11). The concepts are rock solid and are based on active parenting which is extremely effective. I know it works at my house and for those clients I teach it to who are struggling with their own teens. This book will fill a tremendous need, especially in a brief but powerful manner. Parents will have no problem reading through and getting started on it the very first day.”

-Jane Headrick, Licensed Professional Counselor, MHSP

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