Parents all across the country are in the midst of sending their kids back to school. And for many moms and dads, a new school year comes with a number of deep-seated worries and anxieties.
This September, Mark Gregston shares poignant insights on how to navigate back-to-school growing pains.
On the weekend edition of Parenting Today's Teens, Mark emphasizes that grades are measurable, but they do not measure the value of a child. He also discusses the paramount necessity of taking the time to connect and continue building the parent-child relationship.
"I've never met a 'bad kid' ... just kids who are lost or who have made some poort decisions." -Mark Gregston
Fostering relationships with their teens can help parents gain a better understanding of the friends who might be a negative influence on them ... and help them guide their son or daughter accordingly.
Mark's article called Princesses and Bullies went live today ... providing parents even more insight into managing the challenges of a new school year. Check it out here.
Give families in your community hope and confidence going into the new school year. Add the 25-minute weekend program and the 1-minute daily program to your line-up today!
Call (818) 865-0180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to air Parenting Today's Teens!