Teen Loneliness

Special Guest: Andy Braner

The average teen is likely to have hundreds, if not thousands of Facebook friends. Yet most of them would say that they still feel alone. On this weekend’s edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston shares how parents can turn the tide in their teen’s battle against loneliness.



Teens and Social Media


Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram. As social media continues to expand at a rapid pace, parents are finding it harder and harder to keep track of what their kids are doing online. Today on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston answers questions from moms and dads about monitoring social media use.

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Parents Engaging Teens and Culture


Television, Twitter, YouTube and videogames.  Our teens live and breathe these things, so should parents be engaging in them as well?  On today’s edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston gives parents useful tools for effectively engaging with their teen’s culture.  It’s all about helping our kids think about and navigate their world … today on Parenting Today’s Teens!

Mark will be in Tucson, Arizona on March 22nd and present his Tough Guys & Drama Queens Seminar.  This is a 9:30 to 3:00 event, so mark your calendars and plan to spend the day with him at Calvary Chapel Tucson.