teens

In the Ericaism, Erica Campbell explains that we all have a duty to protect our children.

Let’s face it. Dealing with your parents at 18 isn’t fun or easy, but it’s probably not as bad as you think. Listen to the audio…

http://www.churchleaders.com If you discovered about half of the students in your church’s youth ministry were going to walk away from Christ after entering college, would…

In this edition of Ask Professor Wiley, an emailer has seen their neighbors teenage daughter sneaking out of the window at night and wanted to…

Via: defendernetwork.com You already know about the widespread abuse of dangerous drugs by teens. The list is endless: marijuana, heroin, cocaine, alcohol, tobacco, methamphetamines, anabolic steroids. And don’t forget about the substances that are as near as the supermarket-or your medicine cabinet: inhalants, stimulants and tranquilizers. Some easily obtained substances seem harmless but can be […]

Teenagers still have a lot of growing to do, and they need proper nutrients to get them through their busy and active lives. While it’s…

Here are tips for parents to encourage reading for teenagers. Lately, I have had a host of parents complain to me about their  struggle with…

Here are tips for parents to encourage reading for teenagers. Lately, I have had a host of parents tell me that they are struggling with getting their teens to read anything but Facebook.

Via: defendernetwork.com When a 2-year-old throws a tantrum, she relies on her parents to soothe her and teach her that tantrums are unacceptable. But when a teen loses control, society is not always so forgiving. We hold teens to a higher standard of self-control and expect them to calm themselves down. One of the most […]

Via: defendernetwork.com If you’ve never asked yourself that question before, it’s high time to consider it. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 high school students in the U.S. has taken a prescription drug,