Parents of teens know that their behavior is sometimes baffling. In his New York Times best-selling book “Brainstorm,” neuro-psychiatrist Daniel J. Siegel explains there is method to the madness. Drawing upon the newest findings in neurobiology, Siegel helps readers understand what is happening in their children’s growing brains between the ages of 12 and 24.
In doing so, Siegel helps frustrated parents gain insight and appreciation for their children and for adolescence as a remarkable period of human development. Siegel hypothesizes that knowledge and understanding will lead to more harmony and improved relationships between parents and teens.