HELP FOR PARENTS WITH STRONG-WILLED, OUT-OF-CONTROL CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

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Mark,

I came upon your site when searching for support group for parents of bipolar children. I have 2 sons 12 & 15. They are running over me because I just do not know what else to do. I am ready to give up. They fight constantly. I am a single parent & HAVE ACTUALLY THOUGHT OF RUNNING AWAY FROM HOME! How can your program help!?
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Hi Kim,

My program is an online parent support group with several additional components.

In my day job, I work with teens and pre-teens who are experiencing emotional and behavioral problems associated with Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. I also work with their parents.

When parents of these children use a specific set of unique parenting strategies (which I talk about in my book), they are quite successful at helping their child behave appropriately both at home and school.

You may download my book here: myoutofcontrolteen.com

You get an online version and a printable, hard-copy version.

Here a just a few of the additional benefits of joining Online Parent Support. You'll have access to:

---Live Audio Recordings of the entire parent-program I conduct at Madison Superior Court

---Power Point Presentations shown during the program

---Online Parent Support Website (updated daily with many additional parenting resources)

This website is ranked #1 in MSN for parenting "out of control" teens.

---Bonus eBook Site (I obtain re-distribution rights to other parenting eBooks and offer them FOR FREE to members; currently there are 22 additional eBooks for download - $418. value)

---Bi-weekly Newsletter (provides additional resources for parenting today's teens and pre-teens)

---Access to me via phone, email, or Chat Room (always feel free to contact me as often as needed while you begin to implement your new parenting strategies)

---100% Money Back Guarantee

--- and much more...

Yes it costs only $29. But if you can find another program as good or better than mine for under 30 bucks -- you better take it.

Here's to a better home environment,

Mark

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