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You'll Make It (and They Will Too) by Amy Betters-Midtvedt
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Aug 06, 2024 | ISBN 9780593601129

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“This is the book every parent raising a teenager needs. Amy reminds us—as only she can with her genuine wit, wisdom, and love—that we’re not alone in our struggles and that our teens will come back to us. As a longtime fan of Amy’s, I turn to her advice time and time again while raising my own teens. I know you will too.”—Leslie Means, founder and owner of Her View From Home LLC

“Parenting teens doesn’t come with a manual, but this book comes as close to one as I’ve ever read. With refreshing honesty, compassion, and humor, Amy reveals the hard-to-decode core needs of teenagers. Parents experiencing frustration, shame, or hopelessness will find real relief and tangible hope in these pages.”—Rachel Macy Stafford, New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and special-education teacher

“This is the book we parents of teenagers will carry around in purses or stash in the center console of our cars so we can return to it every time we wonder, Am I going to get through this? Is my kid going to be okay? With compassion enough to make us feel safe and wisdom enough to help us hold on to hope, Amy Betters-Midtvedt is the mentor and friend we can count on no matter what.”—Mikala Albertson, MD, family practice doctor and author of Everything I Wish I Could Tell You About Midlife

“Amy shines a spotlight on the importance of putting the relationships we have with our kids ahead of everything else—and that leading with love, acceptance, and grace can help us weather any storm. I found myself nodding as she detailed the complexities of raising kids today, belly laughing at her relatable stories, and choking back tears at the love she pours into her family.”—Whitney Fleming, author of You’re Not a Failure: My Teen Doesn’t Like Me Either

“Amy helps normalize the experience of parenting teens as she talks about the things we desperately need to hear: mental health, faith, social media, friendship, letting go, and more. Her words bring comfort and provide companionship as we come to see that we really aren’t the only ones who are trying to make it.”—Jen Thompson, creator of Truly Yours

“If you feel like you’re stumbling along the path of raising teenagers, Amy Betters-Midtvedt offers a steady hand to hold. She reaches into the dark and deep to shed light, and even humor, where we need it most. This heart-healing, soul-filling, truth-telling book will quickly become a coveted companion that not only helps you survive the teenage years butalso invites you to embrace them with confidence and hope.”—Mehr Lee, writer of Raise Her Wild blog

“Amy Betters-Midtvedt has a profound ability to articulate the things we wrestle with as mothers. She makes us feel seen while also offering an extended hand and the hope that we can get through this. This is the perfect tool kit for the harrowing journey that is raising teens.”—Jess Johnston, national bestselling co-author of I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants)

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