About the Author

Mark Hutten, M.A. is the creator of Online Parent
He is a practicing counseling psychologist and
parent-coach with more than 20 years’ experience. He
has worked with hundreds of children and teenagers with
Aspergers and High-Functioning Autism (HFA), and
presents workshops and runs training courses for parents
and professionals who deal with Aspergers and HFA. Also,
Mark is a prolific author of articles and ebooks on the

Contact Information

Online Parent Support, LLC
2328 N 200 E
Anderson, IN 46012

Phone: 765-810-3319
Help for Parents with
Defiant Aspergers Teens
My Aspergers Teen is a downloadable
eBook designed to help parents of defiant,
Aspergers teens.

Although Aspergers is at the milder end of the autism spectrum
(i.e., high functioning autism), the challenges parents face when
disciplining a teenager with Aspergers are more difficult than they
would be with an
average teen. Complicated by defiant behavior,
the Aspergers teen is at risk for even greater difficulties on multiple
levels, unless the parents’ disciplinary techniques are tailored to
their child's special needs.

The standard disciplinary techniques that are recommended for
“typical” teenagers do not take into account the many issues facing
a child with a neurological disorder. Violent rages, self-injury,
isolation-seeking tendencies and communication problems that arise
due to auditory and sensory issues are just some of the behaviors
that parents of teens with Aspergers will have to learn to control.

Parents need to come up with a consistent disciplinary plan ahead of time, and then present a united front
and continually review their strategies for potential changes and improvements as the Aspergers teen
develops and matures.

In My Aspergers Teen eBook, the parent will learn how to:

  1. Identity the concerning behaviors
  2. Come to an agreement on the “Aspergers-specific” disciplinary techniques
  3. Clearly post the rules and consequences outlined in the agreement
  4. Implement a reward system for compliance with rules
  5. Firmly apply consequences tailored to the specific needs of the Aspergers teen

Aspergers teens possess a unique set of attitudes and behaviors:

Social Skills Social conventions are a confusing maze for teens with Aspergers. They can be disarmingly
concise and to the point, and may take jokes and exaggerations literally. Because they struggle to interpret
figures of speech and tones of voice that “neuro-typicals” naturally pick up on, they may have difficulty
engaging in a two-way conversation. As a result, they may end up fixating on their own interests and
ignoring the interests and opinions of others.

Sensory Difficulties— Teens with Aspergers can be extremely sensitive to loud noise, strong smells and
bright lights. This can be a challenge in relationships as Aspergers teens may be limited in where they can
go on, how well they can tolerate the environment, and how receptive they are to instruction from parents
and teachers.

Routines and Fixations— Teens with Aspergers rely on routine to provide a sense of control and
predictability in their lives. Another characteristic of Aspergers is the development of special interests that
are unusual in focus or intensity. Aspergers teens may become so obsessed with their particular areas of
interest that they get upset and angry when something or someone interrupts their schedule or activity.

Interpreting and Responding to Emotion— Teens with Aspergers often suffer from “mindblindness,”
which means they have difficulty understanding the emotions others are trying to convey through facial
expressions and body language. The problem isn’t that teens with Aspergers can’t feel emotion, but that they
have trouble expressing their own emotions and understanding the feelings of others. “Mindblindness” often
give parents the impression that their Aspergers teen is insensitive, selfish and uncaring.

Awkwardness— Teens with Aspergers tend to be physically and socially awkward, which makes them a
frequent target of school bullies. Low self-esteem caused by being rejected and outcast by peers often makes
these teens even more susceptible to “acting-out” behaviors at home and school.

Due to the Aspergers-related attitudes and behaviors listed above, many teens may also
experience the following associated problems:

Criminal Activity—Pain, loneliness and despair can lead to problems with drugs, sex and alcohol. In their
overwhelming need to fit in and make friends, some Aspergers teens fall into the wrong high school crowds.
“Average” teens who abuse substances will use the Aspergers teen's naivety to get him to buy or carry drugs
and liquor for their group. If cornered by a police officer, an Aspergers teen usually does not have the skill to
answer the officer's questions appropriately. For example, if the officer says, "Do you know how fast you
were driving?" an Aspergers teen may reply bluntly, "Yes," and thus appears to be a smart-aleck.

Depression and Acting Out—The teenage years are more emotional for everyone. Yet the hormonal
changes of adolescence coupled with the problems outlined above might mean that an Aspergers teen
becomes emotionally overwhelmed. Childish tantrums reappear. Boys often act-out by physically attacking
a teacher or peer. They may experience "meltdown" at home after another day filled with harassment,
bullying, pressure to conform, and rejection. Suicide and drug addiction become real concerns, as the teen
now has access to cars, drugs and alcohol. The “saddest and most difficult time” can overwhelm not only
the Aspergers teen, but also his family.

Inability to "Be a Teen"—An Aspergers
teen typically does not care about fads and
clothing styles (concerns that obsess all
others in their peer group). Aspergers teens
may neglect their hygiene and wear the
same haircut for years. Boys forget to shave;
girls don't comb their hair or follow fashion.
Some Aspergers teens remain stuck in a
grammar school clothes and hobbies such
as unicorns and Legos, instead of moving
into adolescent concerns like FaceBook and
dating. Aspergers boys often have no motor
coordination. This leaves them out of high
school sports, typically an essential area of
male bonding and friendship.

School Failures—Many Aspergers teens
with their average to above average IQs
can sail through grammar school, and yet
hit academic problems in middle and high
school. They now have to deal with four to six teachers, instead of just one. The likelihood that at least one
teacher will be indifferent or even hostile toward making special accommodations is certain. The teenaged
Aspergers student now has to face a series of classroom environments with different classmates, odors,
distractions and noise levels, and sets of expectations. Aspergers teens with their distractibility and difficulty
organizing materials face similar academic problems as students with Attention Deficit Disorder. A high
school term paper or a science fair project becomes impossible to manage because no one has taught the
Aspergers teen how to break it up into a series of small steps. Even though the academic stress on an
Aspergers teen can be overwhelming, school administrators may be reluctant to enroll him in special
education at this late point in his educational career.

Sexual Issues—Aspergers teens are not privy to street knowledge of sex and dating behaviors that other
teens pick up naturally. This leaves them naive and clueless about sex. Boys can become obsessed with
Internet pornography and masturbation. They can be overly forward with a girl who is merely being kind,
and then later face charges of stalking her. An Aspergers girl may have a fully developed female body and
no understanding of flirtation and non-verbal sexual cues, making her susceptible to harassment and even
date rape.

Social Isolation—In the teenage world where everyone feels insecure, teens that appear different are
voted off the island. Aspergers teens often have odd mannerisms. One Aspergers teen talks in a loud un-
modulated voice, avoids eye contact, interrupts others, violates their physical space, and steers the
conversation to her favorite odd topic. Another appears willful, selfish and aloof, mostly because he is
unable to share his thoughts and feelings with others. Isolated and alone, many Aspergers teens are too
anxious to initiate social contact. Many Aspergers teens are stiff and rule-oriented and act like little adults,
which is a deadly trait in any teenage popularity contest. Friendship and all its nuances of reciprocity can be
exhausting for an Aspergers teen, even though he wants it more than anything else. One teenager ended a
close friendship with this note: "Your expectations exhaust me. The phone calls, the talks, all your feelings...
it's just too much for me. I can't take it anymore."
As the years go by, are you seeing your
Aspergers child rapidly becoming reduced
to a person who is surviving on:

  • Anger
  • Being a mistake
  • Depression
  • Hate
  • Isolation
  • Low self esteem
  • Resentment
  • Sadness
  • Self hate
Do you need help with your Aspergers teenager?
Is he acting-out in ways you never imagined?
Have you heard your Aspergers teenager
say things like:

  • “I am a mistake.”
  • “I am dumb.”
  • “I am useless.”
  • “I hate myself.”
  • “I wish I was dead.”
  • “What is wrong with me?”
  • “Why was I born?

If so, then alarm bells should be going
off. You know changes need to happen!
My Aspergers Teen eBook is guaranteed to (a) improve your teen's behavior and self-esteem,
and (b) empower parents and assist them in starting to enjoy their amazing Aspergers teens.

Parenting strong-willed, defiant teens with Aspergers is tough!  If you don't know how, that is...

n this eBook, you will discover how to:

  • Be your teen’s best advocate
  • Help her comply with rules and expectations
  • Help him learn positive ways to "work with" his differences -- not to "fight" them
  • Learn the specifics of teen Aspergers behavior and how to keep it in perspective
  • Look at mistakes as lessons -- not as major set-backs
  • Re-evaluate your expectations
  • Take your power back as the parent
  • Tune-in to who your child genuinely is -- not what the stereotypical child is                
    (based on social beliefs)
  • Cope with your Aspergers teen's difficult and aggressive behaviors
  • Understand what is really going on inside her head
  • Help your teen cope better in the community and at school
  • Keep the peace at home with the rest of the family
  • Greatly improve your child's self-esteem, because Aspergers teens with low self-esteem
    have very little - or no - motivation to change behavior

If you have tried talking, screaming, punishing, pleading, and negotiating… but your Aspergers teen still
walks all over you… If you find yourself "walking on eggshells" around your teen trying to avoid saying
something that will set him off… If you are tired of struggling with an Aspergers teen who is disrespectful,
obnoxious, or even abusive toward you… If you are frustrated and exhausted from constant arguing…

Then download
My Aspergers Teen and begin the healing process within 5 minutes from now!

Imagine NO MORE:

  • Begging to get him to respond to simple requests
  • Getting pulled into pointless, never-ending arguments
  • Energy-sucking power struggles that ruin the whole evening
  • Feeling powerless and stress-out because nothing you say to your teen gets through

Now, when you talk, your Aspergers teen will listen and respond appropriately. Don’t go another day being
a hostage in your own house. Get back in control of your Aspergers teenager today.

I can tell you from over 20 years of experience that
bad Aspergers teen behavior does NOT change without
an intervention like the one I'm giving you here. Inside
My Aspergers Teen, you will get all the tools you
need to improve your child's behavior. And as always, I guarantee your success -- or your money back!        

Parent Coaching--
In addition to the eBook, you will also have access to me as your personal parent coach.
Always feel free to email me as often as needed while you begin to implement your new parenting
strategies. I can usually respond within 24 hours.

Money-Back Guarantee--
If you’re not satisfied with the My AspergersTeen eBook after examining it for 30 days, just let me
know and I’ll refund your money – that’s how confident I am that these disciplinary techniques will help
you with parenting your defiant Aspergers teenager.

More Reader Reviews--
Just a quick note to say thank you for your program.  You have done a really great job on this and it was
very affordable.  My Aspergers son and I were going down a very ugly spiral. I am a single mom and
always the “bad guy”.   The biggest turnaround was lowering the bar to the point he couldn’t fail. It gave
him a light at the end of the tunnel that he did not have before – and he ran to it!   ~ Angie P.

My husband and I were at the end of our ropes.  I prayed for wisdom and God certainly answered my
prayer.  I have already tried some things on the first week -- actually the day I ordered this -- and to my
amazement they worked!!  I had already been thinking the turmoil was like a drug for my teenager, and I
was right.  Thank you so much and God Bless you!   ~ Ellen H.

Nothing has helped as much as this common sense advice.  We've been to counseling, read books, you
name it.  We can't even put into words what we owe you.  Thank you so much.   ~ Larry and Virginia B.

Our prayers were answered with your program.  We are gradually reclaiming control of our family.
THANK YOU for bringing love, peace and harmony to our family once and for all this time.   ~ Melinda Y.

Thank you for putting your expertise on the Internet as we live in England.   ~ John O.

Thank you so much for being available -- I still can't get over your generosity! It seems amazing to me that
I have no one to talk to about these things, and I need to rely on a stranger half way around the world --
but God bless you for your work -- things have really improved since I started this process -- it was so out of
control, and overwhelming.   ~ Louis V.

Thank you so much for making this program so affordable and supportive for the parent. I think we will
make it through the next four years in a much calmer household.   ~ Debbie B.

This email is to thank you very much for sharing all the important info you have so that people can be
helped. I once was very worried thinking that my son would never make it in life. But now I have hope and
evidence that he will do just fine as an adult with Aspergers.   ~ Robin F.

We joined your website for our 15 year old son a few months back.  Let me say this after having gone
through many different programs for difficult teenagers, your program is very solid.  We have told our
current counselors and connections about it so that other parents with Aspergers teens may use your
resources, too. Our son is to the point now where he no longer argues.   ~ Merle and Tina C.

What I found interesting is how much my Aspergers son seemed to be feeding into the diagnosis of
"depression" and his "anger issues". I also noticed that the medications actually made him more miserable -
and his defiant behavior escalated. Your ebook has really helped, and I am only in the first week!   ~ Beth L.

You have given us so much relief by responding to our questions.  Thank you very, very much.  Your book
is great, and we can't tell you how much we appreciate your dedication to teaching parents how to deal
with difficult Aspergers teenagers, like the one we have!   ~ Barbara H.

Your Aspergers teen eBook has given me and my wife a great deal of hope with our son. He is 13, but I can
see already that with our parenting style, it hasn’t done S___ any favours at all. I thought that one of the
key areas you wrote about was very interesting to me, was the topic that as parents you shouldn't feel guilty
for trying your very best and to take time out to look after yourself. I constantly feel guilty for being a
working mum etc. I love the eBook and have read the material over and over. I will stick to the 4 weeks
with vivid interest, and I can see how the techniques you promote will help me in my job as a lecturer too.
Keep the good work.   ~ Jayne T.
Reader Reviews

After reading your autonomy section under
Summary Points, the muddy waters cleared
for us immediately. We have re-instituted
family meetings with ALL members of the
family as much as possible so that no one is
singled out. We have established a family
support system and letting all of them know
there is no shame in asking for help when
you need it. House rules, fair-fighting,
decision-making have been established. We
continue to do your assignments and are
getting better at them all the time. Best of all,
this has made our marriage stronger! We
remind each other about the "arts" of saying
yes and no. We work together on earned
privileges and consequences. Thank you for
your time and energy.   ~ Carl and Melissa G.

During these past few weeks, my husband
and I have been implementing many steps,
successfully.  Our Aspergers son has been
completing his weekly chores with not much
complaint.  There haven't been any melt-
downs around here, and the few irritable
times we've had have been much less
stressful. I hope it's still ok to email you from
time to time to say hi and fill you in on our
progress.   ~ Thomas and Janet P.

For years I have been trying to determine
what was wrong with my son, or me, and
trying to understand why we just couldn’t
communicate.  We used to have great bouts
of anger, but he simply couldn’t express it
and just fumed. I believe he resented me as
a parent, and yet I felt it was because I gave
him everything and satisfied his every need,
anything but put up with the meltdowns.  But
those days are gone thanks to you Mark. My
son has improved so much that few people
even know he has a disorder.   ~ Kayla U.

I am incorporating your suggestions into my
life with my 17-year-old son – and things are
going so much better.  We are both trying
and, though he still goes to counseling, I feel
like I have tools to work with him now.  
Thanks a $$$million!   ~ Jerry M.

I can’t even begin to tell you how helpful it
was in turning my teenager around. It’s been
a great year this year, and I want to thank you
for your huge part in that. No more sleepless
nights.  Your website gets lots of referrals
from me! I think your method utilizing online
courses and support groups is brilliant.
Warm regards.   ~ Kathy E.

I do not believe this program is for just
Aspergers teens. I think every parent can
benefit from this program. I wish I had
access to something like this when my child
was younger. It would have saved us a lot of
heartache now.   ~ Peter Q.

I have been using your program for about a
month now, I am on chapter 4, and I have to
tell you----THANK YOU!!!  I finally have had
PEACE in my life.  My child with Aspergers is
doing his chores.  I have not argued with him
during all this time. Life is good again, and I
feel confident and supported. My husband
and I were making mistakes without even
knowing.  I'll keep you posted. So far so
good!   ~ Sara M.

I have fired the counselors, weaned my child
off medications, and I am ready to begin the
work of becoming a stronger, more focused
parent. My soon to be ex-husband has also
agreed to purchase the program and we
intend on working it together to get our teen
back on track. I thank you for your help and
guidance.   ~ Wanda S.

I have seen such a change in myself and my
son, it's amazing. Not that the problems are
all gone, but simply by saying I'm not arguing
and honoring that, even though I've said it
before, surprised him (and me) and put an
end to so many problems. It was like I was
the MOM again. I guess just having the
support of the program helped and knowing
there were others out there with the same
problems.   ~ Kara S.

I have successfully (I think) completed your
program with my 14-year-old child with
Aspergers, and things are WAY better. It
has been a rough two years, and though I’m
no fool and know there's more to come, your
eBook has helped me stop what felt like a
runaway train.   ~ Teresa J.

I just followed the instructions, and he
stopped yelling at me. He started doing his
homework, and he stopped hitting me
immediately. It really gave me the sense that
I am in charge. I’m so grateful I found your
website and eBook.   ~ Kendra L.

I know my teen with Aspergers just needed
a firmer hand at my home. With this program,
I have gotten my son to regain his pride in
himself, and his grades have come up
immensely, and his attitude has turned
around so that the teachers are commenting.
I'm going back through the program again on
what I'm not strong enough on. It has
definitely made a difference. I will keep you
posted. Thank you!   ~ Katherine H.

I know that we will still experience some
bumpy times, but we are feeling a bit more
confident as we continue to practice the skills
in your Apsergers teen eBook.  Our house-
hold is certainly seeing the difference and we
feel more prepared to deal with our 16 year
old as he progresses through these
adolescent years.   ~ Kami D.

I started using the language and skills
suggested and WOW what a difference it's
making already! My defiant child is being
positive, kind and respectful to me. It's hard
to change, but I'm convinced this is going to
work for my family. I've learned that my
actions have a direct effect on my Aspergers
son, and when I show him respect -- I get it
right back! Thank you so much for retraining
me.   ~ Wendy L.

I totally gave-up my traditional parenting and
followed your strategies from the beginning.
I am glad to tell you that I feel my Aspergers
son respects me more -- and this is very
important to start communication. Many
thanks for your kind attention to encourage
me implementing your strategies and always
replying to my enquiries.   ~ Veronica J.

I wanted to let you know how much I really
appreciate your Aspergers book. It is full of
really practical and easy-to-use information
to help parents with their Aspergers teens,
and also the rest of the family. As a journalist
I know a thing or two about writing - and this
is definitely put together and written very
professionally.   ~ Ian K.

I wanted to say thank you for all your support,
sound advice, and speedy responses. You
were the only person I could speak with, and
you helped me enormously. I will never forget
your support Mark - when I was terrorized and
totally overwhelmed you gave me the
strength and support that allowed me to do
my very best for my son. God bless you for
your generosity of spirit and your great work.   
I don't know where I would be today without
your help and advice.   ~ Sue N.

I was amazed how well my son responded
to me when I humbled myself, admitted that
I made some mistakes in my parenting,
apologized for it and told him that I would be
making some changes. I was ready to give
up on him and have him go live with his
father.  Your sound advice has given me a
glimmer of hope and made me realize that
my son is like you said "a work in progress",
and giving up on him and handing over my
parental responsibilities to my ex-husband
would be a big mistake.  I love my son too
much to bail out on him like that. Thank you
so much.   ~ Ginny D.

I wish I had this program when M___ was
just a child, I think our lives would’ve been so
much easier. I have actually gotten the words
that you use to turn arguments around. No
more power struggles …no more temper
tantrums …no more lying. You are making a
difference in the world Mark. Please continue
your work!   ~ Rhonda W.

I work in psychiatry, but have struggled to
discipline my own Aspergers son and to
understand his behavior.  I have put in to
practice the first week session and already
it is working.  Your insight into Aspergers
teens is amazing... it was like you had written
it all for my son and I.  Thank you, a thousand
times, thank you.  I’ll keep you informed of  
J__’s progress, my 16 year old defiant
teenager!   ~ Michael W.

If there is anything we can do to "give back"
please let us know. We do plan to "pay it
forward" and steer parents to your program
if they ask us how we managed to cope with
our Aspergers teenager.   ~ Gale W.

In just one week after doing the My Aspergers
Teen course, I saw huge changes in my child
with Aspergers Syndrome – and even the
teacher noticed. He’s a happier person due
to this program. Thank you… thank you
…thank you!   ~ Kristi K.

It is like you have been hanging out in our
home, watching us.  We are on our 3rd
therapist in a 2 year period, and not one of
them have seemed to have a grasp on what
we are dealing with, but your first few
chapters have summed us up almost
immediately.   I had to stop and say thank
you.   ~ Paul R.

I just want to say thank you.  You are an
answered prayer!  We have an Aspergers
12-year-old daughter.  We just moved to a
new state, kids started a new school, our
dog died - lots of stress.  I felt like you were
talking DIRECTLY to ME last night.  It was
such an answered prayer. I stayed up till past
1 am to read the first week and took tons of
notes.  I stayed home from church to finish
reading this morning. I had HUGE "ah ah"
moment. My mom is mentally ill and has tried
and continues to try - very manipulatively - to
make me responsible for her feelings. I have
realized that  I am doing the same thing with
my daughter: being afraid to really discipline
to not "hurt her feelings" and also making
HER responsible for my feelings by yelling
and screaming!  HUGE breakthrough for me
last night.  I look forward to continuing this 4
week program.  I am also taking a stand and
setting some NEW boundaries with my mom
and I feel stronger than ever about this.
Blessings.   ~Jessica Y.

Dear Mark Hutten....I wanted to take the time
to thank you for your online help with our son
Wes. We followed your advice and you were
right, he did not fail.  He has been home 6
months now and we have seen a fair amount
of improvement in him.  He still doesn't talk
much but his disposition has improved with
decreased scowls, cuss words and rantings
about how unfair everyone/life has been to
him.  He is helpful and responsible around
the house. He has been successfully
employed and works his butt of 7 days a
week, one with an oil field service company
and the other at a pizza place, which I think is
his social life. He still wants to get out of
Alaska but at least we are having
conversations about making realistic long
term plans. You were the only person that
gave us sensible advice...the psychologist
and other mental health specialist were no
help at all.  ~ Chris & Carmen S.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Can this program work for me if I’m divorced
and my son’s father lets him get away with
everything while at his home?

Yes (you're referring to the Disneyland Dads).
But I have to say, neither you nor your ex can
control your Aspergers child. Neither one of
you can make your child spit, stand on his
head, walk a straight line, or any thing else
for that matter. Thus, you will learn how to (a)
stop trying to 'control' behavior, and instead
(b) start 'influencing' him to make better
choices. As a result, your child will take your
'influence' with him, even when he goes over
to dad's house.
How long will it take to see a positive change
in my Aspergers child's behavior?

You should notice positive changes in your
child – and in yourself – the very first day you
use these parenting strategies. As you begin
to implement the techniques outlined in the
program, you will see even more significant,
long-lasting changes in your child’s behavior
and attitude. Parenting your Aspergers child
will become easier -- and more enjoyable.

Bear in mind that if your child is, say,
15-years-old -- it has taken 15 years for the
problems to get to this point. So it will take
at least a few weeks to get the problems
turned around. Most parents (90% plus) see
permanent changes in their child's behavior
within 4 weeks.
What is the age range for this program?

I have used these techniques and concepts
successfully with children as young as 5
years of age and as old as 19. The program
has proven to be effective with children of any
age, because it provides detailed guidelines
to help parents
create (in most cases
spontaneously) the most effective approach
for any given scenario -- regardless of age,
gender, or race.

A popular parenting-myth is that
one should
parent differently depending on the child’s
. This is an example of the erroneous
information floating around. You would
certainly want to use different language
depending on the child’s developmental
stage (e.g., you don’t want to use big words
with a 5-year-old), but parents should
basically parent the same way whether
their child is 3, 13, or 23.
Can teachers, social workers, and other
therapists use the information in this eBook?

Yes. Every adult who works with Aspergers
children or teens in some capacity will
benefit from the strategies presented in the
material. Hundreds of teachers, parents, and
therapists are now better equipped to deal
with their difficult students, children, and
clients because they learned how to
outside the box
and approach Aspergers-
behavioral problems from a
completely different angle.
If an Aspergers child has an additional
diagnosis (e.g., ADHD, ODD, OCD, etc.),
will this course work for him too?

Definitely. Aspergers children rarely act-out
for extended periods of time simply because
they have a
behavior problem. Most of these
children have underlying, core issues that
will need to be dealt with in advance of
'misbehavior'.  This program is very helpful -
and indeed necessary - for children who
have more than one mental health issue.
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How much longer will you tolerate dishonesty and disrespect?  How many more
temper tantrums and arguments will you endure?  Have you wasted a lot of time
and energy trying to make your child change?

The problem is that most parents of defiant Aspergers teens have tried very hard to get just a little respect
and compliance, but with little - or no - success. And it seems the harder the parent tries, the more the
teenager rebels.

I often hear the following statement from parents:
“I've tried everything with this child – and nothing
But when they download the My Aspergers Teen eBook, they soon discover they have NOT
everything – rather they have tried some things.

You now have the opportunity to learn "cut-to-the-chase" parenting strategies that work immediately
rather than weeks or months down the road. And I guarantee your success or you get your money back –
and you can keep the eBook. This is how confident I am that this information is going to work for you!

No, I’m not a miracle worker. But you don’t need a miracle! All you need is this set of proven parenting
techniques – specific to the Aspergers condition – to use with your defiant teenager.

Parenting defiant Aspergers teens is tough!  If you don't know how, that is...

If parents don’t have the techniques outlined in the My Aspergers Teen eBook, all they are left with
conventional disciplinary methods. And as you may have discovered, conventional methods don't
with an Aspergers teenager.

Below is a partial list of conventional parenting strategies. Parents have found these strategies to have
little - or no - effect on their Aspergers teen's behavior:

  • Trying to "reason" with the child
  • Having heart-to-heart talks
  • "Confronting" the child or being assertive
  • Grounding
  • Taking away privileges
  • Time-outs
  • Counseling
  • Trying to be a nicer parent
  • Trying to be a tougher parent
  • "Giving in" and letting the child have his way
  • Verbal warnings
  • Ignoring misbehavior
  • Medication
  • Having the child go live with his other parent (if parents are separated or divorced)
  • Having another family member "talk to" or attempt to "mentor" the child
  • Threatening to send the child away to a juvenile facility
  • Threatening to call the police
  • and so on...

I’m giving you the chance to break the cycle of disrespect and non-compliance …to bring some peace
back into your household again …and to keep your child from potential self-destruction. And you can
start in just 5 minutes from now!

                                                                                                       ~ Mark Hutten, M.A.
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Another Reader Review

Thank you!  No....I mean sincerely thank you!  I'm at work.  I'm a single dad.  Not really...just technically.  I work from home and care
for my only child who is 12 with Aspergers, my mom, my mom-in-law and my father-in-law.  I'm blessed in that I can do this.  My wife
is a professor for UT and is gone almost all the time and when home she's exhausted. Anyways, I'm at my wits end with Garrett.  It's
as if he challenges me on everything and then has a meltdown if he doesn't get his way.  I bought your book and didn't expect to get
videos too.  So I'm listening to your videos as I work and by the time I got to your fourth video I knew I had found the right source.  It
was if you were speaking directly to me.  So when I say thank you, I mean just that.  Can't wait to read the book and put your plan into
action. God bless.  ~ Joey L.