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Let’s do something different for parents of teenagers

I love being part of a Ladies Business Action Group, we all have small start-up businesses and meet once a month on the Blackdown Hills. I look forward to it every month, but why? These ladies are so encouraging, every … Continue reading

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As parents of pre-teens and teenagers, what are your biggest issues?

I am now planning my next few workshops, they are going to be on Saturdays from September so I want to make sure I deal with the issues and challenges you find the hardest, so please let me know. Thanks!

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Fearing the unknown? Discover how to successfully parent teenagers.

I have decided to repackage my 16 June workshop – the content is the same, however you can now choose to come for just the morning session, the afternoon one or all day.   This workshop is ideal for parents … Continue reading

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What parents said about my Building Resilient Teenager’s workshop….

When I asked the parents who came along last Saturday what they would say to others about the workshop, they wrote: • Excellent! You can’t afford to miss this workshop, it will give you more confidence in parenting teenagers • … 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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The Top 10 Risks Teenagers Take

Taking healthy risks is an essential aspect of childhood development, and is one of the best ways for kids to learn about cause and effect and the consequences that come from their actions. Parents should encourage youngsters to take safe … Continue reading

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Letting your children go… why is it so hard!

Yesterday we dropped Sophie off at University, she wants to be a teacher, it is all she has wanted to do since she was 5 years old and I hope she will be an amazing teacher. Over the last 4 … Continue reading

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Surviving holidays with teenagers…

Thinking about holidays sitting here in the warm sunshine, here are tips 3, 4 & 5 for surviving holidays with teenagers: 3. A couple of weeks before you go, have a family meeting to talk about the holiday. Allow each … Continue reading

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Reaping the rewards of investing in your parenting skills

My first Surviving Teenagers Programme is now finished and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience.I was encouraged by the difference the course made to the families represented, it was lovely to hear about the improved relationships. All families reported a … Continue reading

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Parenting teenagers can be lonely…

Last year was very stressful for Sophie, AS exams were a nasty shock. She had worked really hard for her GCSEs and we hadn’t appreciated the demanding, unrelenting workload and pressure for AS’s. Consequently, we went through several months of … Continue reading

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