Many of us find it hard to communicate effectively with our teenagers. Most of the time misunderstandings lead to poor communication. Changing how we think can lead to better conversation with your teens.
It is vital to your teens well-being that they learn the most important aspects of an independent life. Finances, health, work ethic, social skills, and basic survival skills are the 5 pillars teens need to understand. TEACH them these basics of life.
Navigating the tween and teen years can be difficult, but there are plenty of parents out there that will tell you that no matter how trying their teens are great kids. Here are 10 ways to build a rock solid relationship with your teen (or tween) .
You are not alone in this parenting journey. Parents of teenagers especially need hope and you can find it over at The Cheerio Trail where we believe that Teens are like a Chinese buffet: Lots of sweet and sour and about as rational as the inside of a for
"Having a teen son is particularly hard. Ten short years ago he was my little guy, lovingly gazing into my eyes and crawling up on my lap. I was the only woman he loved and the first one who held his heart, but it won’t be long before all that changes.
Logical Consequences for Teens: Dealing with real life.