Articles tagged with: teens
Are you frustrated with your teenager or tween? Help is on the way!
Are you having trouble connecting with your teen (or tween)? Are you looking for new strategies you can implement immediately to empower them …
New Teen Workshop July 28: Helping Teens Find their Passion!
North Texas Kids is super excited to announce a new workshop for teens and young adults. As a mom of a teen myself and a former …
Jim and Jane: Spring Cleaning is also a time to reflect on You
Two local teens share their thoughts and ideas on being teens in the Dallas Ft Worth area. They share great parenting tips for …
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Sci-Tech Discovery Center and the Arts and Technology Institute today announced the launch of TECHNOVATION, a series of technology workshops designed for 5th through 8th graders. Beginning in December, workshops utilizing technology to drive innovation …
Shane Harper is currently on tour NOW with Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson and will be coming to the House of Blues in Dallas on Sun May, 8th. You can win tickets to see Shane Harper, Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson in concert by posting a comment here about why you want to go (and yes, because your daughter would love you forever is a valid reason!)
It is very common and totally normal for our kids to become moodier as they leave childhood and enter the tweens and teens. Just because it is normal, doesn’t mean it isn’t painful…for kids AND parents.
My son is almost 12 and seems to have a lot of mood swings. He is generally happy and laid back but will sometimes be overwhelmed with sadness for no apparent reason. Any thoughts?
When this occurs, most of us would like to help the child find the reason for the bad mood, fix it and then move along quickly to a happy state again. The truth is, expecting this to work is totally UN-natural! In order to help our kids work their way through their sadness or bad mood
While there are many reasons that girls should play sports, here are 10 that stand out. If, like me, you have a daughter who doesn’t seem interested in traditional team sports, look for opportunities for her to participate in fitness and a team environment in other areas, including dance, martial arts, yoga, etc. Encourage her to form a “walking club” with friends at school or to train with a couple of friends for a local 5k. And be sure to let her try lots of different activities, it might take a while to find the one she will enjoy the most and stick with.
Gone are the days when we parented on automatic pilot, blindly trusting what we learned at our parents’ knees. The world today is a complex and confusing place; and for the first time in history, the support of close community and extended family just aren’t as influential as your child’s peers… or the social expectations with which they are constantly being bombarded.
There are days like today when being a part of the media affords me opportunities I might not otherwise get. Today, I spent the afternoon at Trinity Christian Academy in Addison, listening to Avery Johnson speak to their high schoolers. He is an enthusiastic speaker and a generous soul. It was clear that he loved talking to these kids, sharing his experiences and insights with them. In fact, he would make a great teacher. At one point early in his talk, he actually pulled a young man out of the audience that was talking and not paying attention and made the guy stand behind him on stage throughout his entire presentation. He definitely commands respect!