Dealing with Your Angry Teen


All teens indulge in angry outbursts from time to time—it’s just the nature of the beast.  Still, that doesn’t mean that parents have to accept or allow them.  On this edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston outlines practical ways for parents to help their teens diffuse anger and find healthier ways to let off steam.

The Radio Program this weekend is “Angry Conflict with your Teen” with our guest Dee Dee Mayer, a dear friend of Mark’s.  Dee Dee is a licensed therapist that brings a lot more than information; she brings biblical wisdom based on personal experience and her counseling experience with parents and teens.  Tune in this weekend at www.ParentingTodaysTeens.org.


Families Spinning Out of Control


If you’re a mom or dad, your worst nightmare is to watch your family spin out of control. But for some, the nightmare is reality. Today on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston encourages hopeless parents to take action when their families are careening toward a crisis.

If you’re family is spinning out of control or you foresee problems in the not too distant future, be sure to tune into our weekend Radio Program, Parenting Today’s Teens.  You can have the program downloaded to your Itunes, listen to it on our website, www.ParentingTodaysTeens.org, or listen on XM/Sirius Radio (on the FamilyTalk Channel # 131).

5 Characteristics of a Good Rule


Every parent knows that rules are fundamental to creating a healthy home environment. But what makes the difference between a good rule … and a bad one? On today’s edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston outlines five basic characteristics for good household rules. Find out which of yours meet the mark—and which could use some modification.

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