It's fall and cuffing season has officially begun. It reminds us that even though the swimsuit-wearing-yacht-sailing-exotic-vacation-season is over, the images that project competition into our lives are not. I have talked to a few incredible teens lately who have had amazing insight into the world of social media and how to guard our hearts from the effects of it which inspired the three secrets about social media I want to share with you. Let's get into it!
The kitchen was one of the many places my grandma used to teach me life lessons, and I think it was one of the easiest for me to process the info because it gave me something to focus my attention on when I became uncomfortable with the subject matter. I developed anorexia when I was fifteen, a time when I found myself eating fast food more and more and spending less time in the kitchen. You might be surprised by what you find out about your teen when you begin cooking together! Read the entire blog to find more suggestions…
Want to open up the conversations between you and your daughter so that you feel invited into her life instead of just a bystander, nervously watching and waiting to see what the outcome will be? Get involved and take this challenge! Your home should be a safe place that's fun for the entire family, and I've got tips that will ease your mind about what your daughter does when she leaves the house.
Boundaries make all of us feel safe, and teens are no exception to the rule. That being said, there are still checks you need to put into place to ensure that our girls are safe at all times. This world is a scary place and there are ways to ensure your teen enjoys privacy without compromising her safety. Read the three tips you can use if your teen wants more privacy and does not like to keep a diary.
We become strong when we exercise, and I don’t know if it can get any more basic than that. In fact, you may be wondering why I chose to waste space to even share that point. I shared it because I want us to remember it’s important and simple. When we exercise, we become stronger. Now, I have a question for you: why do so many of experience weak relationships with our loved ones? Come on, you know what a weak relationship is: one where patience is absent and discipline is distant. One where your interactions are marked by outbursts and your time together is tense.