The most powerful thing you can do as a parent is to empower your teenager.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to help the parents of teenagers, whether through our residential program, through books, our blogs, seminars, or our two national radio programs. Continue reading “Power Parenting”
When we first hold our newborns, their whole life, all the possibilities, flash through our minds.
Will she be a dancer? Will he be a jock? I want her to do this. He needs to be like this. As our children grow, we are able to live out those dreams for our children with them for a while. Young children are only too happy to do what Mommy and Daddy ask. Life is good. Your family is just like you have always imagined. Everybody has his or her script and is following along perfectly. Continue reading “The Dream Teen”
Whether or not you think it can happen in your Christian home, your teenager is most likely experimenting with drugs or alcohol. I say that because you probably wouldn’t be reading this article unless you were already having problems with your teen.
It’s always surprising to me when parents ask for my help, and then list their teen’s issues, all pointing clearly to drug use: Continue reading “The Hidden Culprit of Teen Troubles”