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Dr. Elizabeth R. Henry’s New Book, You Are Not A Bad Parent: A Pediatrician’s Guide To Reducing Conflict And Connecting With Your Teens, Hits #1 on Amazon Best Seller Lists

Learn the secrets to parenting and communicating with teens in this powerful new book by pediatrician Dr. Elizabeth R. Henry.

Somerset, NJ – Dr. Elizabeth R. Henry (Dr. Liz), an accomplished author and pediatrician, is celebrating the early success of her new book, You Are Not A Bad Parent: A Pediatrician’s Guide To Reducing Conflict And Connecting With Your Teens, which has hit #1 in the “Parenting Teenagers” and “Parenting Reference” Best Seller lists on Amazon.

A powerful resource for raising teenage children, Dr. Liz’s new book empowers readers with proven strategies and techniques for bridging the communication gap between themselves and their teenage children. Breaking down the surprising sources of conflict that arise in these relationships, her years of experience as a pediatrician shine on each page as she shares methods for reducing conflict, strengthening connection, and unlocking full relationship potential with teens. Both the conscious and unconscious secrets of parent-teenager relationships are drawn to light, helping defeat common teenage resistance in an empowering and impactful way.

“I have been thinking about writing this book for over ten years because I thought it would make a difference for parents,” remarked Dr. Liz. “The fact that the book hit #1 is incredible! It means a lot, not because of the number of books I sold, but because of the number of parents I am helping,” she added.

Get a copy of this powerful new book on Amazon today to start creating a lasting connection and true understanding with any teenage child. Copies are available in paperwork and Kindle ebook formats.

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