Whether you’re a student in need of a last-minute Christmas gift, or a parent tired of suffering hair loss over the college search process, Nancy Berk, Ph.D. offers the perfect solution. College Bound and Gagged: How To Help Your Kid Get Into A Great College Without Losing Your Savings, Your Relationship, or Your Mind is the straight-talking survival guide for anyone who needs to rein in their high school student or the crazy process. She tackles procrastination, confusing procedures, competitive parents, standardized text anxiety (especially parent anxiety), campus tour trauma, admissions office disasters, and all the other bumps on the road to higher education.
So what’s the best part about all of this? We’re giving away 10 signed copies of her fabulous, new book!
Simply leave a comment below by the end of day Friday, December 16 and you will be eligible to win.
Nancy Berk, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist, award-winning humorist, comic, professor, and former admissions committee member, who was shocked to find herself as panicked as the rest when her older son began his college search.A frequent contributor to Chicken Soup For The Soul, she blogs for The Huffington Post, USA Today College, and MORE Magazine. Author of Secrets of a Bar Mitzvah Mom (2005), Nancy’s been spotlighted in The New York Times and interviewed by The Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSN, and national magazines. Nancy has appeared on television, stage, and radio, and hosts two podcasts: Whine At 9 and The College Mom Minute. Her newest book, “College Bound and Gagged” – a great companion for the anxious parent, can be ordered on Amazon.