How To Encourage Teens During Tough Times

Last week was part 1 of my interview with Deanne Barrett. She provided easy ways to help us better connect with our teens. In case you missed it, you can click here to read that blog. In part 2 of my interview, Deanne shares ways we can lean in, support, and encourage your teenagers during...

Ways Moms Can Better Connect With Their Teenager

As moms, we know raising a teenager can be fun but also challenging at times. Our teens may start pushing away from us to gain some independence. We were that way with our parents when we were teens, so why should we expect anything different from our own kids? Although in today’s times, we...

How to Get Your Child To The Next Step

Kyle, like many students, changed majors in college. He started off in Political Science but realized there wasn’t much of a career path for him. He changed his major to Education, but this was more time consuming than he preferred. He then landed in Public Relations, which he still does and enjoys. However, Kyle...

3 Out of 4 College Students are Stressed

I saw an article on Facebook this weekend about a study that was recently done. 67,000 college students from over 100 college campuses were surveyed. They found that 3 out of 4 college students are stressed. The article lists various reasons for the stress including: Mounting expectations Evolving self-identify Shock of leaving home for...

Your Teen and their Finances

Not a lot of teenagers enjoy thinking about finances. It’s a big scary word that only their parents have said in passing. But now that your child is about to be out on their own in college, it is a great time to discuss money and how to earn it, save it and spend...

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