If you’re like me and half the time you have no clue what the hell your kids are talking about, don’t despair! I’ve compiled a list of 98 teen slang words every gen x and millennial mom should know.
Helping teens who self injure learn healthy coping strategies is a process. Here are some alternatives to self harm that can help.
We all know teens can be super picky about gifts. We end up giving gift cards to avoid the eye rolls and disgusted looks. But if you’re like me and still love watching your kids unwrap gifts with all the joy and magic that makes Christmas so special, don’t resort to gift cards just yet! Here’s a list of gifts your teen actually wants this Christmas 😉
In a world where media seems to thrive on sexuality, our teens are bound to end up reading a book that’s a bit too mature, even bordering erotica. The question is, how do we handle it when our teen wants to read such a book, especially when we’ve been battling their hatred of reading?
Not sure how to discipline your strong-willed child? It helps to know where behavior and communications issues might be stemming from!
When a teen runs away from home, we want to know why. Often, it’s a combination of underlying circumstances, emotions, physical changes, and changes in relationships. Here’s a look at a few reasons why many teens feel pressured to escape by running away from home.
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For a teenager, one of the most exciting “rites of passage” is getting their first job. But in a global pandemic, traditional jobs for teens may not be safe – or available. Remote or freelance work may be an option for adults; but are there legitimate online jobs for teens?
Teen self harm is a very real, very widespread problem that we don’t like to talk about. Not only does it embarrass our teen, but it makes us look like bad parents! It’s time to stop shaming families who are dealing with this painful issue. It’s time to get real about teens and self harm.