Books

Let’s Make a Contract: Getting Your Teen Past the Opioid Epidemic

Opioids come with distinct danger and consequences. No other book on the market specifically targets the intersection of teenagers and opioids—both of which come with their unique challenges. From brain chemistry to recovery intervention techniques, Dr. Schiebert’s book exposes the relevant nuances of opioids and how they impact an individual and those around them.

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Let’s Make a Contract: Getting Through Unhappy Romantic Relationships

  • Discover why you’re unhappy in your romantic relationship
  • Gain a better understanding of why you stay in your unhappy romantic relationship
  • Boost your chances of finally finding a fulfilling romance

See if this sounds familiar.

You begin a romantic relationship with so much hope and promise, thinking that this time is going to be different.

And for a while it is. You’re on top of the world.

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Let’s Make a Contract: Getting Your Teen Through Substance Abuse

Here is the long-awaited definitive book about how to get your teens and young adults through substance abuse issues. It contains scripts for parents and sample contracts that, when implemented, will make your family relationships less chaotic and more pleasant in the long run. Are you tired of arguing with your teens about why they shouldn’t drink or use drugs? Are you exhausted from trying to reason with the “unreasonable?” Have you found yourself at a loss when faced with creating meaningful consequences for violations of agreements between you and your teen? Do you feel like throwing your hands in the air and telling yourself “They will grow out of it, I need a nap?” If so, this is definitely the book for you and all your family members.


Let’s Make a Contract: Getting Your Teen Through High School and Beyond

Here is the long-awaited, definitive book about how to get your teens and young adults through high school. It contains scripts for parents and sample contracts which, when implemented, will make your family relationships less chaotic and more pleasant in the long run. Are you tired of arguing with your teens? Are you exhausted from trying to reason with the “unreasonable”? Have you found yourself at a loss when faced with creating meaningful consequences for violations of agreements between you and your teen? Do you feel like throwing your hands in the air and telling yourself, “They will grow out of it, I need a nap”? If so, this is definitely the book for you and all your family members.