Is there anything more frightening or discouraging than watching a beloved child abandon family and Church values in favor of choices that threaten physical and spiritual well-being?
No stranger to this predicament, author Susan Noyes Anderson knows all about that struggle. She understands the depth of despair and severity of pain involved in trying to love, discipline, and redirect a rebellious child. In this optimistic and helpful book she candidly describes her experience and that of other beleaguered parents who have found themselves in such a battle and “at the end of their rope.”
This is not just a helpful book. It is also a hopeful book. Filled with practical suggestions and specific recommendations for coping with your challenged and challenging child, it will remind you that you are not alone in your struggle, that things do change, and that by appling tested techniques and the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ, you and your child can survive the troubled years.
“The truth is: no matter what is happening with our teenagers, all is not lost.” The inspiration and insight that fill the pages of this book will lighten your heart and enlighten your mind. Be assured: At the end of your rope, the is hope!