How to Have the Tough Talks with Teens

At some point in every teen’s life, there are going to be some conversations that parents are dreading or don’t know how to approach. It could be from the death of a family member, a change in situations such as moving or financial adjustments or even a decision regarding the teen that they may not…

Posted on: January 22nd 9:30 am

How to Finance a Therapy Program For Your Teen

A troubled teen program can come in many forms. There are online programs for teens, troubled teen residential programs, wilderness camps, military camps and even teen Christian programs. Some of these options are going to be more expensive than others but may be necessary for getting your teen the help that he/she needs. So what…

Posted on: January 8th 9:30 am

Why Should You Consider A Teen Wilderness Camp this Christmas

Holidays can be an emotional time for everyone, but for troubled teens, it can be one of the times of the year they struggle the most. With an emphasis on obligation and an almost-forced cheerfulness, holidays can become more of a stress than a wonderful time for your teenager. As hard as it is to…

Posted on: December 24th 9:00 am

FIve Uncommon Holiday Gifts for Teens

Teenagers can be a nightmare to shop for, especially if you have a troubled teen on your list this year. They may be reclusive, uninviting and seemingly unfriendly, but it’s still important to show them that you really care and know them this holiday season. It’s easy to write a check or buy the latest…

Posted on: December 11th 3:40 pm

Teaching Gratitude to Teenagers

This month is all about giving thanks, and we as adults tend to recognize how to be grateful on a daily basis because we’ve had to work so hard for it. However, teenagers tend to be in a more selfish state, so teaching them the concept of gratitude can be a hard one to tackle….

Posted on: November 20th 9:30 am

Helping A Troubled Teen Through the Holidays

The holidays can be a hard time for anyone, but particularly for teenagers who are already struggling with life in school, at home or even at both. If you want your teen to enjoy the holidays and let there be peace on Earth, then see below for some great ideas on how to handle a…

Posted on: November 6th 9:30 am

Keeping Your Teen Safe At Halloween

Halloween is one of the most nerve-wracking holidays, particularly for parents of older kids. Between parties and the large crowds of people out at night, it can be a stressful time for parents as they try to let their teen have some more freedom while still trying to instill good morals and safe behavior. If…

Posted on: October 23rd 9:30 am

How to Help a Grieving Teen

The loss of a loved one can be very hard for anyone, but it can be particularly taxing on a teenager already struggling to navigate through the daily changes in their lives. If you have a grieving teen, it’s important to remember some important ways to help them cope with their grief, and when it’s…

Posted on: October 9th 9:30 am

How Sports Can Benefit Students

It’s no secret that exercise can do everything from help with depression to boost immunity, but there are so many more benefits when applying those ideas to sports within a high school. How can sports benefit your troubled teen? See below for some reasons why you should talk to your teen about joining in on…

Posted on: September 19th 9:22 am

How Alternative Schools for Teens Can Help

The idea of sending your troubled teen to a residential teen program or a therapeutic school for teens may seem scary and like a last resort, but these schools are specially designed to help troubled teens turn their lives around before it’s too late. So what is the difference between traditional and alternative high schools?…

Posted on: September 3rd 9:22 am

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