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Youth (10-18)

Talking To Teenagers: Three Tips

  “Nicholeen, I can't seem to correct my 16 year old son without him getting upset. He rolls his eyes and looks away from me. He just seems to have a wall surrounding him that none of us can penetrate. I kn... more

Difficulty Waking Up

  Question:   “I just purchased your book online.  I am excited to read it.  I am a mother  of 3 boys, 16, 13, and 11.  Years ago we got each boy his own alarm clock &  talked about being responsi... more

Keeping Teens Safe: The Internet Threat

“Mrs. Peck, I am afraid I can't believe in God.” “What do you mean? How do you know?” “I just don't do things I should do and I do some things girls my age shouldn't do...” “What are you... more

Yes Or No? ~Parent Choices

Is it easier to tell children yes or no when they ask a question? The answer to this question could depend on what kind of person you are. Are the kind of parent who really likes to be in control of the g... more

Help For Teenagers: "I am NOT a teenager!"

If you are tired of teenage attitudes and problems this is something you will want to know.  www.iamnotateenager.com has a free book preview written by youth for teens. The book shows teenagers there is a diff... more

Teenage Attitude Problems

This last week my twelve year old daughter had an attitude problem a number of times in one day.  This is very unusual for her and definitely had me analyzing her and the day.  She earned negative consequence... more