My Approach to Helping
While some parents are looking for ways to enhance their son's already successful life, others are at their wits end about how to help their son make healthy and responsible choices. Many have read parenting books and had their son in therapy, tutoring or IEP programs with no clear results. This is because the "answers" our culture provides for teen problems are based on behavior, not on motivation.
Teen boys are very sensitive. They show their pain and hunger for connection through a variety of problems. They need to be approached as if they were a wild horse. If they are punished and rewarded they will be rebellious and addicted. If you know how to approach them they will be motivated to reach their potential.
As a teenager, I too was lost and confused. At 19, with the support of mentors and therapists, I began my quest to discover how to be motivated to create a great life. For the past 33 years, my focus has been on discovering what really works and what doesn't. My mission is to show you how to apply these discoveries to parenting your son, so that he can be an asset to his family and community.