fbpx

Helping Your Teen Beat Selfishness

Guest: Tim Elmore

It’s been said there are only three things a teen cares about: “me, myself and I!” And while teens naturally see the world from a self-centered perspective, parents can help redirect this tendency. This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston offers four practical ways you can help your teen become more considerate and others-focused.

If you listen on a mobile phone or tablet, please download our Parenting Today’s Teens app available for Apple or Android. If you listen on a desktop or laptop computer, press the “play” button above to enjoy daily parenting advice.


Help for Battle-Weary Parents

Special Guest: John Trent

War-ravaged soldiers are relieved when reinforcements arrive, but where can battle-weary parents turn? This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston explains why giving up is not an option, and explores ways that parents can get welcome relief from the endless battles with their teens.

If you listen on a mobile phone or tablet, please download our Parenting Today’s Teens app available for Apple or Android. If you listen on a desktop or laptop computer, press the “play” button above to enjoy daily parenting advice.


A Teen’s Longing for Genuineness and Authenticity

Student Story: Marina

Today’s teens are more skeptical than ever and have a keen ability to spot phoniness—in peers, in church and in their parents! This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston explains how teens are disillusioned by inconsistencies, and offers helpful guidelines for fostering genuine, authentic relationships.

If you listen on a mobile phone or tablet, please download our Parenting Today’s Teens app available for Apple or Android. If you listen on a desktop or laptop computer, press the “play” button above to enjoy daily parenting advice.