Ex-CIA agent Hank Saddler has found a new life as an apartment building manager, but with PTSD, a failed marriage, strange tenants, and a difficult daughter dogging him, he's barely managing to keep it together. When one of those tenants comes to him and claims that her neighbor is a terrorist, Hank's worst fears and old self begin to rise to the surface; keeping it together suddenly gets a lot harder. But the tenant who started this in the first place may not be what she seems; another reason Hank might be barely managing is because he's the one being managed.
The trials, tribulations and perpetual disappointments which have beset the managers of the England men's national football team since the country's solitary World Cup win in 1966.
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Dr. Thomas Phelan, a clinical psychologist, developed the program for his own children when they were young and in the thralls of hyperactivity and sibling rivalry. The two-hour show features his explanation of the program interspersed with dramatic scenarios and parent testimonials. The corny vignettes and repetitive testimonials are somewhat extraneous, but the nut of the information is invaluable. Phelan urges parents to get away from explaining everything to kids, who aren't listening to you anyway, he says, but he's not a spanking advocate either.