~In Trust Me, family psychologist Kenneth Kaye and his son, Nick, use the experience of Nick's struggle with what he calls "Attention Money Disorder" to combine a no-nonsense strategy, practical advice, business wisdom, and dozens of examples. They show you step by step how to negotiate a "Deal" with your young adult, rebuilding mutual trust and nurturing the skills and habits of a self-supporting grown-up.~
“'One Boy's Struggle' is a real eye-opener! Bryan writes of hope and despair, and the all-too-common conflict between desperately wanting to achieve and please, yet suspecting that you’ll fail again… and soon.”
-Dr. Edward Hallowell
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