Check out the Behavior Style Infographic to understand more about “who’s who in your zoo!” Take the assessment here (for teens and tweens) or here (for your little people).Read More
Emotional intelligence (EQ), a term popularized by Daniel Goleman, is the ability to identify and manage our own emotions, as well as identify and respond to the emotions of others. According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report, emotional intelligence will be one of the top job skills in 2020. So why is EQ […]Read More
Adolescence is a stage of significant physical, emotional, intellectual and social growth. To cope with these demands and operate at their best; teens need extra calories, protein, vitamins and minerals. Good nutrition has a huge impact on physical and mental health. Energy highs and lows, stress, anxiety, hormonal mood swings, and concentration can all be impacted […]Read More
Receiving feedback that your teen is failing math or being disruptive in class is slightly easier to navigate than being informed they are a bully. As parents our gut instinct is to protect our kids and on that basis we generally go into “my child wouldn’t do that” mode. Being told that your teen is […]Read More
Referred to by psychologists as “relational aggression”, mean girl behavior is anything from the formation of social cliques, to spreading rumors and lies, to ostracizing and exclusion, to emotional manipulation and sometimes even physical aggression. At the very core of this behavior is insecurity – the need to derive self worth and value by making […]Read More
Want to get a some great advice on raising teens without reading a thing?
Check out the Raising Resilient Teens Infographic for a visual reminder of what works and what doesn’t.Read More
Is your teen ready for life and work in the real world?
How are you helping or hindering their ability to be resilient?
What are you doing well and what could you be doing better?
Do you want your teen to be happy?
Do you want them to “bounce back” when things get tough?
Do you want to set then up for success in the real world?