How to Get Your Son Back
7 Steps to Reconnect and Repair Your Relationship
Are you dealing with the pain, grief, and worry of watching your teen spiral out of control? Knowing the heartache they will experience, you attempt to steer them back, only to find you’ve created even more distance between the two of you. Before you know it, communication has broken down completely, and your teen faces consequences that could impact the rest of their life.
If you’re serious about helping your teen or young adult, How to Get Your Son Back is the gold standard for parents with struggling youth. It’s more than a parent and teen’s tell-all comeback story. It’s your “Parent Playbook”—a step-by-step guide for reconnecting and repairing your relationship even in the most difficult of circumstances.
Developed by Dr. Kevin Fall, a father-turned-psychologist and leading expert in human connectedness, this guide is written so that any parent can put themselves in the best possible position to help their child.
Austin had hit rock bottom. He was a felon and high school dropout—a harsh reality he knew he’d created for himself. Disconnected from his parents and not knowing where to turn, he became severely depressed and, one evening, planned to commit suicide. At the last minute, he found the courage to ask for help. It was a phone call that not only saved his life but changed it.
Austin left his hometown to become college roommates with his father, who was pursuing a PhD in psychology. With his father’s love and guidance, Austin was able to overhaul his life. His soul was healed, his legal record expunged, and he graduated from a large, public university. He is now a loving father, author, and thriving professional whose mission it is to help parents reconnect with their teens and help them heal.
“If you have a struggling teen or young adult you want to reconnect with at that essential level and have the relationship we all yearn for, make sure you read How to Get Your Son Back.”
Coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Soul and The Success Principles