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28 – It Takes a Village

An insight for parents—you aren’t the only ones raising your child. The key is to proactively make sure that this “village” or “tribe” is as positive as it can be. 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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6 – Listening: Coaching Tips for Parents

Knowing isn’t the same as doing. You may have learned how to listen effectively, but actually doing it with your child is a different matter. While you’re making the effort, here are some tips that will help…. Pin It

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5 – Effective Listening: The No. 1 Parent-Child Communication Skill

Very few adults are good listeners. And yet, listening well is the most powerful thing you can do with a teenager. Your relationship depends on it… Pin It

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4 – Connecting and Bonding with Your Teen: Communication Skills That Matter

You can build a bridge of communication with your teen, or you can tear it down. It comes down to how you talk to your child…. Pin It

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3 – How to Prepare for Your Child’s Adolescence

Few adults have been taught how to communicate effectively. But these skills are critical if a parent wants to strengthen the parent-child bond while helping the teen grow up to be a happy, successful, independent adult. The reality is that … Continue reading

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