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Debra Atkisson Kowalski, M.D.

Sherri, I think you are so right on about teens needing an anchor. Some of the teens I see don't feel they have that anchor at home - sometimes because their parents are divorced and the teen has trouble identifying a "home base." I think all parents should work to help their teen have that safe place they know they can always go to and be O.K.

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