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Getting your teen back on track is key to their success, and the quality of your relationship will help them get there! One of the key things I learned is that parents and kids hold different positions in the social order. Seems obvious, right? But there are profound...
Many adults on their own re-parenting and consciousness journey identify with some or part of these roles because their unique voices were not heard as children.
Sometimes it’s helpful to look deeper in our family of origin to define tendencies that block us from becoming and expressing our authentic selves.
In recovery as in the conscious parenting movement, we talk, we trust, we feel.
We can best encourage teens to set positive intentions for the new school year by using conscious communication skills.
The top three things parents can do to prevent teen substance abuse are, 1) connection, 2) conscious communication, 3) be present.
Don't apologize for wanting to know what's going on in your teenager's life. We don't suddenly stop caring about what they're experiencing as they become more independent. Wanting to know who they're talking to, what they're thinking about, what their plans are --...
How did the teen summer camp, internship or family vacation go? If you and your teen had a great time, this blog post is NOT for you. This blog post targets those parents who are doing their best to facilitate positive experiences with their teens and co-create not...
Co-creating (sharing responsibility in relationships) is the path for parents to take with teens to demonstrate how to be a “successful” adult. And isn’t that our parenting purpose to raise teens to be responsible, contributing adults?
Respecting your teen’s autonomy and communicating with open ended questions implies they are responsible for their thoughts, actions and feelings and communicates you want to support them
Regardless of the reasons or the circumstances, our teens deserve our empathy in making it this far, but they may need our support to finish the school year strong.
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