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13 – Teen Girls and Teen Boys – Their Brains Are Different!

The French have famously said, “Viva la difference!” Many of the differences in behavior between boys and girls may be attributed to the differences in their brains…. Pin It

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12 – The Power of Vocabulary – A Tale of Two Verbs

It’s Hard to “connect the dots” if you don’t have very many dots! Words have meanings. And a child who has a good vocabulary will be able to understand more, which translates to greater academic achievement, intelligence, wisdom and critical … Continue reading

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11 – A Scary Danger Zone – Teen Abuse of Alcohol and Drugs

You already know what can happen when a teenager gets high. But the long-term consequences are just as scary. Such as the equivalent of permanent brain damage…. Pin It

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10 – Laying the Foundation for a Superior Mind – What Can Parents Do?

Teens need to be coached by adults to exercise higher-level thinking skills.  It’s actually quite simple…. Pin It

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9 – Wiring a Teen’s Prefrontal Cortex – The Long-term Consequences

Will your teen wire her brain for critical thinking, judgment and decision-making before the window of opportunity closes? The stakes are huge…. Pin It

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8 – Changes in the Teen Brain – Opportunity or Disaster?

Teens do some crazy things, just for fun and friendship—because the judgment and decision-making part of their brain is “under construction.”  What they need most…. Pin It

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7 – Major Breakthrough for Parents of Teens: The Untold Story

The book, “How to Give Your Teen a Superior Mind” gives parents powerful insights and techniques. The story behind its evolution is revealing…. Pin It

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