Jayne Blanchard is a Communications Specialist at the Center for Adolescent Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She has decades of experience in writing and designing publications, not only for the Center, but also for such entities as the Veterans Administration, the League for People with Disabilities, Catholic Charities, and Educate, Inc. Ms. Blanchard is a published writer in regional and national publications, including the Washington Post, Psychology Today, Washington Times, Style magazine, USA Today, and Cosmopolitan magazine. She is interested in new technology, and provides content and design to the Center s website, Google pages, and upcoming social networking site.
Give me a break, this book could be condensed to 18 pages of text. What a waste of money. Should be titled "Dashed Hope for Help".Published 3 months ago by landshart2
The book is an easy read, clear and concise.The book sheets were kind of glued together at the bottom. When reading the book the pages would come out.Published 3 months ago by LaToya
As the parent of two teenage boys, I found this book extremely reassuring. I learned that most teen behavior is normal and healthy and appropriate for their stage of development. Read morePublished on April 22, 2010 by J. Cook