Being a good parent means being a safe harbor for your teen and helping them to understand the world. Here are 7 conversations you need to have with your teen before they leave home.
If you have a brand new freshman attending high school this year, here are a few items to help them start the year right.
You have to build a level of trust with your teen. “Do as I say not as I do” is not going to wash with these independent individuals.
Finding your career path is difficult at times – especially for teenagers. As parents, it is our responsibility to help guide our teenagers to helping them find theirs.
Because sometimes a mom just needs to vent at the injustice of being a mom and treated like a BitchGirl.
One of the most important life skills you can teach your teens is how to manage money. Here are a few tips to pass along to your offspring.
One of the hardest things to explain to a teenager is the not-so-simple guide to keeping someone happy. We put this article together to help ours, and work on our own relationships as well.
As parents, we try to keep our teen from going down a dangerous path. Here’s what you can consider doing to try and keep them on the right path.
Talking to children about alcohol is difficult. Here are some tips to help you have the conversation your child needs you to have with them.
If you want teens to learn, you should present them with questions, not tasks or dry facts. They are already in that age when they want to be treated as adults and what motivates them is using their own heads to figure out answers, not get them ready-made.
October 15-21 is National Teen Driver Safety Week. If you have teens in your home, then you worry when they drive. Check out our post to show you how to keep them safe, even when you aren’t there.
My teen is dating. Few things send shivers down the spine of a parent like those four words. We have some words of advice to help you through!