The teen years are a critical time in the shaping of a person's character, and many American teens are not getting the right kind of help at this critical time, says psychologist Madeline Levine. The teenagers she is talking about are the children of affluent parents who are able to offer their kids the kind of privilege and experience other families just dream of. Why are affluent teens increasingly suffering from depression and turning to substance abuse? And what can their parents do differently? Levine calls her book "The Price of Privilege."
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