Therapy groups give a teen access to social support in a setting where they are not being bullied. Being an environment where a kid feels supported and understood, they are more likely to reach out for the help they need
The transition to middle school can be a daunting experience for both parents and their kids. It’s normal to feel anxiety during this time, but it’s important to remember that it’s not going to be perfect.
Imposter Syndrome is the feeling that whatever your achievements are, you’re still just not good enough. This can be particularly difficult to overcome if you’ve experienced discrimination based on your race or gender.
So you’re a little confused about learning differences/disabilities? We do a rough breakdown of Dyslexia and ADHD in this Tips on Teens video. But if you’re wondering what you can do to support your kid with learning disabilities it’s not all that different from how we always suggest you support your child.
So you want to set some boundaries with your teenager so that they’ll do their homework and chores? Get ready to join the ranks of parents spanning the millennia of parenthood. Parents since the beginning of time have been wanting their kids to do stuff their kids don’t want to do.