Many parents wonder if they are making the best choices for their children. They struggle with decisions related to their children’s academic or athletic performance, and are worried that if they make the wrong choice, somehow they will ‘ruin’ their children’s opportunity for success as an adult.
The last thing a parent wants is for their child to be a failure.
Thankfully, you don’t have to worry. Inside this book, you will discover parenting strategies focused on helping your children:
- Manage their anxiety
- Deal with social pressures adaptively
- Experience negative emotions in a healthy way
- Stop being consumed by academic pressures
- Understand how culture and technology impact these areas for both kids and parents
- Master the necessary skills to become an adaptive and independent adult
About the Author
Adam Russo has served as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker engaging with children and families for over 15 years. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and his Masters of Social Work from Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Adam is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Edgewood Clinical Services in Naperville and Plainfield, Illinois, which currently has four locations, employs over 60 people, and provides the full range of outpatient mental health care. He was a featured speaker at TEDx Naperville with his presentation topic We Must Teach Kids to Fail.
For more information, visit www.AdamRussoBooks.com
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