MOMTOURAGE: Parenting Teen Advice

Join me April 28th, 6pm – 8pm EST on www.Momtourage.com for a parenting chat and QA forum!

Are you at your wits end with your teenager? Are you having trouble communicating, disciplining and enforcing rules? We’ve seen your questions in our Q&A tool and we’ve got expert help for you. Join Sue Sheff, parent advocate and author of Wit’s End! A Parent’s True Story, Advice and Resources for Saving Your Out-of-Control Teen who will be on hand in our Q&A tool answering your questions about helping teens who are behaving badly.

Sue knows personally the turmoil mother’s experience when their household is being disrupted by bad teen behavior. Out of desperation she turned to teen specialty schools and behavior modification programs for her own daughter but that only worsened the situation. If you have questions about helping your teen before you reach your breaking point, talk to Sue. If you’ve been considering alternative education or therapy for your unruly teen, talk to Sue.

Sue Scheff has been featured on ABC News, 20/20, The Rachel Ray Show, Dr. Phil, CBS Nightly News with Katie Couric, Lifetime, Fox News, CBC, BBC, CNN Headline News, InSession Court TV and noted in major publications as USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Forbes, Sun-Sentinel, Asian Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle, LA Times and many more.


In 2001, Sue founded and created Parents’ Universal Resource Expert (P.U.R.E.) and has been helping families with at-risk teens for over a decade.  Her specialty is educating parents on the daunting industry of teen help and locating safe and quality residential programs when parents are at their wit’s end.

Here’s how it works: Just sign in to Momtourage.com and post your question starting with “ASK SUE” beginning at 5:45 p.m. Sue will be live in our tool from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. responding to questions and helping moms.

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