Being a teenager’s not easy. Dealing with teenage crisis is even harder.
Parenting teenagers can be one of the most challenging stages of motherhood. Patty Scott, MA, shares personal experiences and practical insights to help encourage and equip parents of teens. Her book can be read in a few hours and is packed with concepts to help you navigate your role as the parent of an adolescent. Learn to be free of patterns which keep you stuck. Find out how your role needs to shift in the coming years. Patty’s compassionate approach to writing brings this message to you as though you were sitting with a friend over coffee
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Patty Scott was born in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Ohio and St. Louis and spent her summers traveling around the United States with her parents and younger sister. Patty returned to California for graduate school where she got her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and met her surfer/skater husband. While they were dating, Patty trusted Jesus with her life. This started a healing journey which has transformed and defined her. When Patty was five years old, she decided she wanted to be a writer, speaker and to help people. She has been pursuing both of these passions ever since. When she isn’t writing, Patty can be found having coffee with friends, spending time in her garden, attending Zumba classes or reading great books.