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Mending the broken bond

Mending the broken bond

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Parenting tips from the New York Times bestselling author of The ADD Response and the Dr. Phil show’s chief content advisor. Dr. Frank Lawlis, a best-selling author, has given thousands of parents the resources they need to face their children’s challenges. In his newest novel, he focuses his attention and experience on bridging the gap between children and their parents. Mending the Broken Bond takes parents through a 90-day program of realistic steps and action plans to help them build—or rebuild—a constructive, caring, and stable relationship with their children. If parents are dealing with toddlers throwing temper tantrums, ten-year-olds who prefer videogames to talking, or rebellious teens, Dr. Lawlis offers practical advice about how to fix relationships and re-establish a meaningful and enduring relationship with their children. On Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, and Larry King Live, Dr. Frank Lawlis has been featured.
DR. FRANK LAWLIS is a well-known psychologist, researcher, and counselor who has worked with families for over 35 years. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and cofounder of the Lawlis and Peavey Centers for Psychoneurological Change. Dr. Lawlis also serves as the Dr. Phil Show’s chief content adviser.

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A guide to helping parents and children learn to love each other again, from the New York Times bestselling author of The IQ Response. Dr. Frank Lawlis’ best-selling books The ADD Answer and The IQ Answer have given thousands of parents the tools they need to deal with their children’s intellectual challenges. Now he faces a much greater challenge: assisting parents and children in rekindling their love for one another. Mending the Broken Bond, from the Dr. Phil show’s chief content advisor, is for families who fight or can’t connect effectively, as well as others who want to make their family relationships complete and caring. Love Your Missing Child guides parents through a 90-day program of realistic steps and action plans to help them develop a strong, loving, and stable relationship with their children. Dr. Lawlis’ prescriptive and realistic approaches teach parents how to restore their relationships and regain interaction with their children, whether they are dealing with toddlers throwing temper tantrums, ten-year-olds who prefer videogames to talking, or rebellious teenagers. Dr. Lawlis provides warmth, optimism, and a straightforward path forward to parents who feel neglected and disappointed.

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Parenting tips from the New York Times bestselling author of The ADD Response and the Dr. Phil show’s chief content advisor.

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Dr. Frank Lawlis, a best-selling author, has given thousands of parents the resources they need to face their children’s challenges. In his newest novel, he focuses his attention and experience on bridging the gap between children and their parents. Mending the Broken Bond takes parents through a 90-day program of realistic steps and action plans to help them build—or rebuild—a constructive, caring, and stable relationship with their children. If parents are dealing with toddlers throwing temper tantrums, ten-year-olds who prefer videogames to talking, or rebellious teens, Dr. Lawlis offers practical advice about how to fix relationships and re-establish a meaningful and enduring relationship with their children. On Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, and Larry King Live, Dr. Frank Lawlis has been featured.
“Dr. Lawlis illustrates how to bring his remarkable methods to work for families, providing healing and hope—as well as a life they never expected.”
—Phil McGraw, Ph.D.
“Lawlis’ reassuring voice and completely fleshed curriculum, combined with repeated examples of family success stories, provide effective ideas for separated families.”
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Parenting tips from the New York Times bestselling author of The ADD Response and the Dr. Phil show’s chief content advisor.

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Dr. Frank Lawlis, a best-selling author, has given thousands of parents the resources they need to face their children’s challenges. In his newest novel, he focuses his attention and experience on bridging the gap between children and their parents. Mending the Broken Bond takes parents through a 90-day program of realistic steps and action plans to help them build—or rebuild—a constructive, caring, and stable relationship with their children. If parents are dealing with toddlers throwing temper tantrums, ten-year-olds who prefer videogames to talking, or rebellious teens, Dr. Lawlis offers practical advice about how to fix relationships and re-establish a meaningful and enduring relationship with their children. On Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, and Larry King Live, Dr. Frank Lawlis has been featured.