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Mom Guilt Resulting From Struggling To Juggle Work and Family

Mom guilt can strike at any time. As you pull into work and realize you forgot to pack the lunches and it descends on you like a load of bricks. As you have to tell your daughter that a work meeting means you won’t make it to a soccer game. The list of ways you […]

Avoid The Compare Snare: How To Parent Unique Teen Siblings

If you have more than one child, you have undoubtedly discovered that each child comes with their own distinct personality traits, quirks and temperaments. As each of your children are undeniably different, it can be hard as a parent to know how you should alter your parenting to best suit the needs of your children […]

Getting Help For Our Teens From A Circle of Cyber Parents

Raising a teenager is one of the most difficult trials that we as parents have to go through. They’re moody, independent, difficult and think that they know better than you. Daily it seems like they test the limits of your patience to the point where you think you’ll go insane. Having a group of parents […]

Continue Your Teen’s Progress After Their Stay in a Therapeutic Boarding School

Therapeutic boarding schools can set a child up for success after years of hard work and sacrifice. The stability and growth teens experience can truly reinvent them, and give them a new outlook on life. However, as parents, you haven’t reached the end of the road when your teen finishes boarding school. In fact, your […]

Parents Helping Teens to Overcome Violent Behaviors

Troubled teens who exhibit violent behaviors have a lot of psychological issues that need to be addressed. Researchers find that most violent behavior comes from modeling; teens see others acting out in violence, so they mimic that behavior. However, this isn’t the only cause of it. Many experts believe the root of the violence lies […]

Forums for Building Your Own Set of Parenting Resources

Successful parenting means reaching out for help when you need it. Reaching out for parental help can include online or offline options. The following are some of the best forums for building your own set of resources to be the best parent you can be for your children. PBS PARENT PBS has been in the […]

The Emotional Health Differences in Troubled Boys & Girls – What Is Expected

Tara M. Chalin, a researcher at the Department of Psychiatry at Yale University School of Medicine, reports that boys and girls have differing emotional tendencies. “Our findings suggest that there are small but significant gender differences in emotion expressions, with larger gender differences emerging at certain ages and in certain contexts” she says. What are […]

A Parent’s Journey Deciding To Send Their Teen To Treatment In Utah

Parenting comes with its fair share of blessings and hurdles. Nothing quite matches the excitement of holding your child in your arms for the first time, seeing their first smile or helping them take their first steps. Our hearts grow and fill with so much love and we understand what it means to give up […]

How Therapeutic Boarding Schools Can Help Your Teen Find Answers to Difficult Questions

Teenagers, parents, and families participate in a number of counseling programs to address a variety of issues and difficult questions in life including divorce, job loss, death, single parent/teen conflict, stress, depression, addiction, blended/step-family problems, LGBTQ issues, cultural issues, caregiver problems, anger problems, conflict resolution, and remarriage. Every teenager and family is unique in their […]

Helping Your Teen Get The Most Out His High School Education

For some teens, high school is the time of their life. For others, it’s pure hell. And for many, it’s somewhere in between. Whether your teen is thriving or struggling, here are some tips for helping them get the most out of their high school education. 1. MANAGE YOUR EXPECTATIONS As adults with work and […]

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