Starting on the right track with good decisions can help teens adjust to a new school year. Guide your teens to focus finding the right balance between school, social and personal time.
Would you like a more meaningful connection with your teens? Take hours out of your day to spend less screen time and more face-to-face time with your teens.
Teens enter into this phase we like to call "Neither World". Encourage your teen to strike a healthy balance between their ideals for independence and the reality of their dependence.
My 14-year-old daughter tells us that all her friends are dating now and that waiting until she’s 16, like we did, is very “outdated.” We haven’t budged yet, but my wife and I are questioning if we’re being too strict. What do you think?
It can get pretty frustrating when children refuse to do their chores. Heather Beers shares her brilliant idea to successfully convince children to get the chores done, improve their attitudes, and even check things off your to-do list, all at once.