Tag Archives: nagging

The NAGGING index!

Consistency, consistency, consistency is one of the keys to successfully parenting pre-teen/teenager’s so why is it so hard… In an ideal world, where pressures and stress don’t exist and, as parents, we have an unlimited supply of energy and determination, … Continue reading

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Secrets to successfully parenting teenagers!

My final workshop before the summer is ideal for parents of children aged 10 – 14 years. It will be on Saturday 14 June, Ruishton Village Hall, Ruishton 9:30 AM-4 PM BOOKING LINK This workshop will focus on preparing for … Continue reading

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2014 dates for Building Resilient Teenagers workshops in Ruishton

UPDATE: You can now book your place on the workshops and 10% discount if you book before 10 January: To book workshop on 1 February, Ruishton, Somerset I am very excited!  Finally getting some dates in the diary for 2014 … Continue reading

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Why nagging teenagers to tidy their bedroom doesn’t work…

If only….a tidy room  Nagging teenagers is a bit like trying to drive a mini through the Somerset floods… it results in a breakdown. We know nagging doesn’t work but we carry on regardless, winding up our teenager and stressing … Continue reading

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