Madeline Levine, Ph.D.

In this powerful text, psychologist Levine argues that “our version of success is a failure.” Levine reports that our nation’s ideas of success have led to children and teens who are stressed, anxious, depressed, and exhausted (as are many parents)…Though bucking the trend may be a challenge, parents who want their kids to succeed without compromising their health or losing the joy of learning will be buoyed by Levine’s support, encouragement, and guidance.

— Publishers Weekly

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Parenting Mission Statement

While we all hope that our children will do well in school, we hope with even greater fervor that they will do well in life.

Our job is to help them know and appreciate themselves deeply, to be resilient in the face of adversity, to approach the world with zest, to find work that is satisfying, friends and spouses who are loving and loyal, and to hold a deep belief that they have something meaningful to contribute to the world.

- Madeline Levine, PhD

Madeline Levine’s book…offer[s] real hope and help to families suffering from the stress of success…She offers solid, proactive strategies for becoming a more connected, relaxed parent.

— Chicago Tribune

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