My associates and I are seeing teens with some unique issues. I say they’re ‘unique’ because the parents of today’s teens never had to deal with any of these concerns. The names of these concerns are foreign, but the outcome is the same: anxiety, stress, fear, sadness, loneliness, and the list goes on. Here’s a sample of the topics that are by now all too familiar to most parents of adol
One of the issues I have recently been working with has been the topic of “parentified children.” Typically, a parentified child is someone who takes on many of the parenting responsibilities within the home. This sometimes happens when a parent, for one reason or other, is unable to follow-through with their roles and responsibilities within the home. One example occurs when parents suffer from an addiction: they’re
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