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Dr. Brené Brown cites shame as “The most powerful, master emotion. It's the fear that we're not good enough.” She contends that it is most “destructive” because it grows exponentially in our lives through “secrecy, silence and judgement."
Mina and Bob are two hard-working parents living in the suburbs of Westchester and run a business together in the town. They are convinced that there is nothing more they can do about their son, Lyle. The tween has fallen in with the wrong crowd and is on a downward spiral with ‘No Good’ written all over it. His grades are the same. Mina and Bob tried everything: telling him off about his worthlessness, punishment and counseling. Nothing worked and they were terrified they would lose him. They felt ashamed.
Excerpt from the chapter on "Guiding Teens" - From A Teacher to Parents: Stories To Heal Your Life So You Can Help Your Child Succeed.
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