Emotional Recovery from Your Troubled Child

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    [synopsis] => There are few more difficult tasks than raising a troubled child: toddler, teen or young adult. For parents it can mean sleepless nights, endless fear, conflict with school staff, and exposure to human service workers and the legal system. It pressures your relationships and work life, often leaving you overwhelmed, in a continuing crisis. Whether due to behavioral, emotional or developmental issues, mental illness or addiction, their pain puts you at the centre of a storm that threatens your way of life. Award winning writer, Richard Schwindt M.S.W., R.S.W. has been a working therapist for thirty-five years. He has written this book for you – mom, dad, stepmom, stepdad: how to manage yourself in the midst of a child’s struggle. He addresses communication issues, crisis management, advocating in the system, stigma, and preserving your relationship with your partner, child and other children. In addition he helps you manage your own emotions; the anger, the anxiety; the sadness that can emerge from months or years of dealing with a son or daughter’s pain. Illustrated with case examples drawn from real life, Richard puts your needs first. The Emotional Recovery from ... series; practical help when you need it.
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