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Tag Archives: Parenting Teens

Teens in the News: DIMDD

Teens in the News-DIMDD Teens in the news are Dangerous, In Danger, Missing, Dying or Dead. This is what you find in the media regarding teens in the news. Don´t take my word for it, Google ¨Teens¨ and see what you get. I´m on a mission to shift the common perspective on teenagers that our media presents to the public. This …

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Inner Peace and Parenting Teens? Yeah, right!

Remember inner peace? Remember feeling calm and serenity? That was a long time ago. Now you have a teenager, maybe more than one. Are you craving some serenity or a moment of tranquility? If you are convinced that inner peace and parenting teens are mutually exclusive, then I’ve got great news for you. The peace train has arrived and your teen doesn’t need to do anything. ¨Yeah right!¨ …

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How to Set Limits with Your Teen

Set Limits with Your Teen

Do you need to set limits with your teen? Do shivers run down your spine every time you think about it? Do you quietly wish and pray that you never have to set limits; that somehow your teen will suddenly start following the rules? Most parents agree,  it’s a real challenge to set limits with your teenager day in and day out, but …

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Dating and Sexuality

Yes – talking with your teen about dating and sexuality IS uncomfortable. It’s uncomfortable for everyone involved, but your teen’s future ambitions and quality of life may depend upon you having some form of “The Talk” with your teen. Many parents put off these talks with their children throughout their lives. Then, suddenly, there is a teenager in the house …

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The Power of I AM

This page is dedicated to writings about the power of I AM. These are the two most powerful words that you can think or speak. In the Bible, these words are presented to Moses as the name of God. And God said unto Moses, I Am That I Am: and he said, thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, …

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Hassle Free Homework in 5 Easy Steps

Homework has been a front-line battleground in families since I was in elementary school. And this was when we needed to rub two sticks together to get the horse and buggy started. Homework was no fun then and it is no fun now. Today’s students have 2-4 hours of homework every night!!! This is not an exaggeration. If they were adults …

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Workshops and Trainings

Experience Ray up close and personal when you attend any of his workshops and trainings. Ray has been creating and presenting workshops for parents, teens, teachers as well as professionals who work with teenagers and their families. Watch for new opportunities to work with Ray directly.

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