The Problem with Performance-Based Relationships

Student Story: Emily

Many teens believe that their value stems from their accomplishments—they must perform to be loved and meet standards to be worthy. So how can parents foster an environment of unconditional love for their family? This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston suggests ways that moms and dads can separate performance from relationship.

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This free two-week online course will help you to parent your teen in a counter-cultural way. You will  walk through topics like appearance, performance, authority and respect, setting boundaries, and many more.

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