One major reason for the frustration in parents towards their difficult to manage child is that parents tend to see the child’s capacity to have “right” reactions and feel like the child just refuses to behave “right”. Think of the situation of the difficult-to-reach, hypersensitive child like you would a break in land or ability to access a location. Men figured out long ago that if you want to get from one place to another and connectivity or the space in between prevented access one could just build a bridge to gain access to the desired destination. The situation is very similar w/the difficult to manage child. Building bridges through a shift in the way one thinks about, responds to, and teaches their difficult child can help the child access the ability to behave in more functional ways. The bridge can also pave the way to better relationships between parents and their hypersensitive children. The Lafaya Way lays the sturdy foundation necessary to begin the work on building bridges to positive social functionality. In my book series “Raising Asp-holes” I offer a fresh and new perspective on how to produce better results with the difficult to manage child. Book #1 of the “Raising Asp-holes” series “The Lafaya Way” can be found on the Peace of Mind Therapeutic Solutions website: lafayaway.com.