How to Explain a Divorce to Your Teenage Children

Teenage years for many children feel like a mid-life crisis without any major event happening to reiterate this type of feeling. A divorce, for many teenage children, will feel like the world is completely crashing down around them. Although talking to your teen about divorce will never be easy, there are a few tips to […]

The Dreaded Conversation: How to Talk to Your Children About Peer Pressure and Drugs

If your child is reaching that age where it’s time to have a conversation about peer pressure and drug use, you may be feeling apprehensive. Maybe you remember squirming as your own parents fumbled through this conversation, or perhaps they never had it with you at all. In this day and age, children are being […]

4 Tips For Parents to Help Their Teenage Son Gain More Self Confidence

Today’s world is full of modern pressures that put extreme amounts of pressure on teenage boys. It can be difficult for teens to build their self-esteem with all the influence that comes through the media, school, and social media platforms such as Facebook. However, parents can be one of the most significant support systems for […]

Building A Better Student: Sherpa

Over the past few years the pop culture industry – and believe me, it’s a massive industry – has breathlessly reported the various stumbles from the celebrity world. Recently a young starlet found herself in an endless loop of bad behavior, and – following the playbook to a T – scheduled an interview with Oprah […]

7 Ways to Stay Involved With Your Teens

Author Bio: Charles Henry works for RentersInsurance.net a company that provides affordable prices for rental insurance. Staying involved in your teenager’s life is essential to their wellbeing. Growing teens need guidance, love and support, even if they are not very good at showing it. By following some of the 7 tips that you will find […]

Communicating With Tweens Can Be Accomplished (With Persistence)

The Mercenary in particular has been getting irritated with me routinely. My breathing alone can cause a fit of sighs and eye-rolling. (You should see what happens when words come out of my mouth.) I’ve always tried to be very upfront and direct with the boys. This can have its disadvantages, but overall I’m glad […]