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When You Can’t Live This Way Anymore

Student Story: Lauren
They say “kids will be kids,” but you sense that something is off. And at times, you feel as if your family is spiraling out of control. This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston presents ten warning signs that your teen may be struggling beyond his or her ability to cope—and three ways you can make a decisive change for the better.

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Getting Your Teen to Talk to You, Part 2

Student Story: Lucas

You’ve finally gotten your sullen teen to share what’s on his mind. But what you say next can either make him open wide—or clam up for good! This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston offers five helpful ways to shape your next conversation with your teen after you’ve established an environment of openness and trust.

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Getting Your Teen to Talk to You, Part 1

Student Story: Hope

The art of conversation is a two-way street. But what about when your kid stays silent, and you end up doing all the talking? This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston encourages parents to hold back, do a little introspection and practice listening before jumping into a conversation with their teens.

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