While Rachel Canning took an "extreme" step by filing suit, the teen and her parents can regain some sense of trust if they find a middle ground in their power struggle, said psychologist Deborah Wagner.
Rachel Canning Lawsuit: 'Wonderful Family' Torn Asunder As The World Watches, Passes Judgment
March 9, 2014

Via NJ.com:

By Mark Mueller and Naomi Nix/The Star-Ledger

From the outside, it seemed a happy suburban home.

Sean and Elizabeth Canning raised three beautiful daughters, the oldest an honors student, an athlete and the captain of her cheerleading squad. There were dinners out and romps with the dogs on the front lawn. A family trip to the Bahamas. Smiles and silly faces in photo after photo.

"A wonderful family," a neighbor said.

In a flash, that facade has been blown apart for all the world to see.

In a house convulsed by conflict, 18-year-old Rachel Canning did more than test teenage boundaries, court...

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