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Andria P., NY

Posted by on May 12, 2015  /   Posted in

Dear Sue,

I felt the need to write you this short letter. First off I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for enlightening me to the bad experiences of so many children. Last week I felt like I was at my wicks end with my daughter, it seemed that everyday there was another problem with her. So I just got on the Internet desperately searching for an answer. Of course I typed problem teen, difficult teen anything along that subject. And whoala there is was with every search. I figured if every search engine brings me back here this must be the answer. So I filled out that form and immediately I had an answer it was so easy. But thank goodness I am one of those people who likes options so came back today to start a whole new search. While doing that I received a brochure and video tape. I glanced through it and kept searching, that’s when I found your site. Well I say there is a God because I read your site from top to bottom and want to thank you for your informative information. With that I have decided to try some local counseling for my daughter and I will take it from there. I just wanted to thank you for opening the eyes of a desperate mother from making a very bad mistake. Thank you.

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