PODCASTS

Parenting Successful Teens Podcast

PST #42: Stop Twisting Yourself Into A Pretzel

Being a mom can feel like you are constantly twisting yourself into a pretzel to make everyone happy. Something as simple as making dinner turns into a “how do I…

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PST #41: Tough Feelings: How to Let Them Go

  No matter where you are in the world, right now you probably feel like you’ve got a lot to handle. From personal challenges like waiting for college decisions, to…

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PST #40: Most Important “To Do”

We’re all trying our best to be a good mom. But no matter how many field trips we chaperone, music lessons we sign them up for, or healthy breakfasts we…

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PST #39: Unlearning

  Oftentimes in the teen years, it can feel like your sweet, little kid has wandered off and some cranky, moody, weird smelling alien has taken his (or her) place….

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regret

PST #38: Regret: How to Get Over That Thing You Did

Many parents feel regret over a relatively small thing they did when their kids were younger that they believe caused their child’s current problem.

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conversation

PST #37: The 3 Conversations

  We’ve all been arguing with our teens and wondered “Why can’t he just see things my way?” or “Why can’t she just be reasonable?” Especially with kids, it’s frustrating…

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people pleasing

PST #36: Parent Pleasing

  “Stop crying. Other kids have real problems.” Sensitive children are often told to put their emotions away and put on a happy face. They are told to stop their…

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PST #35: Big But?

When parents come to me, they often say things like: “My son is smart, but he doesn’t apply himself.” “I want to stay out of it, but she’s making a…

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Fighting with your Teenager

PST #34: Fighting with Your Teenager

Fights with your teenager are just part of being in a family.  But savvy parents know the best way to resolve them and grow stronger in the process. Want help…

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PST #33: You Spot It, You’ve Got It

Often what annoys us about our teenagers is something that annoys us about ourselves. For example, if you struggle with making decisions, you worry about the decisions your kids are…

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