6 Books You Should Read if You’re the Parent of a Teenager

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin 6 (Now 7!) Books For Parenting Teens, In No Particular Order I tried to think about where I have looked over the years to help us when we were frustrated or upset, or just needing a few pointers.  When it comes to parenting, here are 7 of my favorite go-to books for parenting teens. There is so much information in my head about raising kids, teenagers in particular. I am a such a reader, that it is really hard to pin down my favorites, because I rarely meet a book that I don’t like.  We …

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7 Things to Know If You Love a Teenager

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin If you’re here, then you must have a teenager in your life. Loving a teen is wonderful, challenging, frustrating, and often super exhausting. There are a few things that you need to understand when you love a teenager. Hang in there!  Know that you can do this!     Your teen won’t always like you back. Hello, welcome to hell!  Not always, but many days it feels like this to many of us.  Anger is an easy emotion for teens to manage, and they will always hurt the ones they love the most.  They know we …

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Middle School: Advice for Success

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Follow my blog with Bloglovin Start Early for Middle School Success! Middle school is a time of transition and growing.  Your child leaves elementary school, and has three years to be ready for high school!  How is this possible?  Here are some hard-won lessons learned from three kids gone through these years for middle school success. Both you and your teen have lots to learn.  It is a challenging time, in fact, this might be the most challenging age since they were toddler!  These years can be difficult, but you can help your child start some forward thinking with some …

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