Do you remember that moment in time when you just knew you needed to make a change? You may have felt a loud ringing in your ears as the world moved around you, yet, your limbs were frozen in time. I still smile and make the same funny sound, every time I recall that moment for me, because in hind sight, it was so clear, but I just didn’t see
The “S” Word your Daughter Needs to Stop Using. Is your daughter constantly saying “Sorry … Sorry, I just ……….?” Not only has the use of “Sorry” become an epidemic with teenage girls, it may be: Damaging your daughter’s sense of self Inadvertently belittling her character Because your daughter’s BEST, most confident self, doesn’t need to apologize for every thought or opinion that comes out of her mouth. If this
Are you constantly reading Parenting books for new ideas and strategies to help your daughter cope with the teenage-turbulence you are all experiencing? Maybe you appreciate all the good ideas and suggestions you gather, but, when it comes to actually trying those new approaches, you feel like they’re stuck in your head? Preparing yourself to try a new parenting “strategy” can be scary and rattle even the most confident parents.
What does taking massive action look like for your daughter? That sounds a little dramatic, right? I’m curious, though, does your daughter: Write down her goals? Lay out a plan of action? Explore the benefits? Measure her progress? Set a clear time frame? Perhaps, she’s floundering or hesitant about her goals and how to set them? Goal setting can be tough for teens because research shows us that her brain