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Allison K., TX

Hi Sue, I realize that you are busy and in contact with many people. That doesn’t matter - I just wanted to send you a note and thank you for making such an impact on my family’s life. On November 8 2019, I placed a call to the number listed on helpyourteens.com. To my surprise, you answered the phone. I shared my story with you - my son was spinning out of control. He had become withdrawn, depressed, disinterested in school and sports, using drugs, negative friends, leaving home for days at a time. My son is gay and had been meeting adult males online, putting himself in very dangerous situations. You listened to every word I said, provided some reassuring words of wisdom and confirmed that I would be doing the right thing by seeking help for my son.... I feel so lucky to have made contact with you that morning and so thankful you told me about [redacted for privacy]. I’m certain that my son would not be where he is today if it wasn’t for you answering that phone call and for the wonderful people at [redacted for privacy]. Thank you so much for taking the time to listen and share your knowledge. You are making a difference and have made a difference for someone very important in this world - my son.

Laura, FL

Dear Sue,

I can’t thank you enough for responding so quickly and directly to my inquiry for information. You literally turned my day (and potentially mine and my daughter’s lives) around!

Jean, NY

Sue, Your books, blogs, and interviews show what a great mother, thinker, and caring person you are. You are a shining example of a parent whose done the hard work. - Jean Tracy

Giselle, OH

Sue, Thank you so much for you expertise and the information! Your help is greatly appreciated!

Patricia K., SC

Dear Sue, I am very thankful for the support you provided at my most desperate time.  Thanks again for all you do!

Angela D., MI

Dear Sue, Thank you so much for the information! You were very informative and helpful!!

Victoria, WA

Sue, This is such a big decision and it is so helpful to talk with someone who has been down this path and has such a wealth of knowledge. Thank you.

Brad, CO

Thanks for your encouraging words Sue! I’m so so glad I reached out to you!

Tina P., SC

Sue, Thank you so much. It is awesome that you spend your time educating other parents to avoid what you and your daughter went through.

Ned L., MD

Sue, This is very overdue! Thank you for your extremely prompt reply to my December call.  I am very happy to tell you that our son has been at [---] since [---].  WE LOVE [---] and KNOW IT IS WHERE HE BELONGS!!!  We love his therapist who is a phenomenal advocate for our son.  We know he will eventually get where he needs to be! I have shared your name with many people. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your guidance and support at a time when we desperately needed a guiding light!

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