Archives for September 2016

Should Parents Have Full Access To Their Teens Phone?

In today’s day and age, everyone has a cell phone – for better or worse. And these tiny little boxes are so powerful they provide unlimited access to an unlimited amount of information – good and bad. So when dealing with our teens, how do we know when to step in, when to monitor, and Read more..

Welcoming a Step Parent into a Home with Teens

If you are a stepparent who is joining a family with teens, you might feel overwhelmed, but you are certainly not alone. The U.S. Bureau of Census reports that two out of three marriages or cohabitations end even when children are involved. Furthermore, about half of 60 million children in the nation who are younger Read more..

Why Won’t My Son Talk With Me About His Depression?

This time we can say the stereotype is correct. As we all know, talking with teenagers isn’t always easy, pleasant or productive. Add any level of depression to the mix and there’s a strong chance communication will not be a breeze. Here are the Sundance Canyon Academy, we know that talking to someone, especially a Read more..

What are the Best Boarding Schools for Troubled Teens

Are you exhausted? Are the fights with your teen never ending? Have they lasted for months? Are you worried your teens behavior is causing major problems? If you’ve tried to figure it out on your own, but still can’t get to the bottom of it, therapeutic boarding schools could be a great option for you. Read more..

Co-Parenting Troubled Teens after a Divorce

Raising even well-behaved teenagers can challenge the mettle of the strongest parents. Parenting a troubled teen amplifies that problem many times over. If a couple divorce, bringing up a troubled teen seems nearly impossible. Fortunately, available resources help parents give their teens the firm-but-loving arm they need to transition into productive adults even if the Read more..