Grandparents Need to Leave a Legacy of Relationship

by Mark Gregston

What is a legacy?

Unless you’re a rockstar, a novelist, or some other celebrity, the chances that your name being remember through the ages is slim.  When people introduce me, I’m often introduced as the “guy with the mustache,” or the “pie guy,” but I have to ask myself, is that really how I want to be known?

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Performance-Based Relationships (Part 1 of 2)

by Mark Gregston

Not a week goes by that I don’t end up telling somebody about performance based relationships. I believe kids live in a world that’s highly based upon performance and appearance. Due to this, it is especially important for parents not to kick into this performance-based relationship.

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What’s Behind Your Teen’s Inappropriate Behavior?

Student Story: Blake

with host Mark Gregston

As parents, we’re rightfully shocked when our son or daughter acts out. But if we look behind the inappropriate behavior, we may find their activities are only a symptom of a larger issue.

This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston provides a behind-the-scenes look at the reasons for our teens’ actions—and how to address the source of the behavior.

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Tough Guys and Drama Queens

Tough Guys and Drama Queens

For almost 40 years, we’ve been passionate about guiding kids and parents through the turbulent teenage years. Tough Guys and Drama Queens has been a huge part of that mission, and we’re thrilled to be able to offer it now, to you, as a free online course!

This two-week course will give you a look into why traditional parenting techniques aren’t as effective as they used to be, the pressures they face in today’s culture, and how to build a stronger relationship with your teen throughout the tricky experiences they’ll have during these years.