7/15/11: Articles for Parents This Week

articles for parents, guest posts, advice, teen articlesHello Readers,Hope you are having a great summer! Remember, Vanessa is coming to the east coast this summer for her book launch. If you are interested in a speaking event, please let us know!

Top Articles:

3 Most Common Questions Parents Have
Highlights from Vanessa’s interview, along with two of our teen interns, with Vicki Hoefle of the Parenting On Track™ Home Program

Menopause and Puberty: A Deadly Combination
Blame it on the hormones. Many misunderstandings between menopausal women and their teens occur because of the surprisingly similar hormonal changes they are going through.

Articles from Guests:
How Can We Teach Our Kids To Be Successful
Keith Feeley of Success Feelosophy teaches us the 8 skills we need to become successful and achieve happiness.

What Parents Need to Know About Young Entrepreneurs
Jason O’Neill, Entrepreneur, Speaker, Philanthropist, Author gives us five things to keep in mind when your child tells you they want to start their own business.

Articles from Teens:

When Parents Work At Home: Teen Observations
This is a great article by one of our interns, Matt who talks about what it is like to have a parent work at home and tips for work at home parents.

Balancing Teen Independence and Safety
One of our teens wrote this fabulous guest post for the Positive Parenting Solutions blog on how parents can help their kids become independent while still being safe.

BOOK REVIEW: Bridger by Megan Curd
Our Book Intern, Gema, reviews the latest, an entertaining novel that travels from US to Ireland.

Traveling and Independence
How to make traveling with your teens the most positive experience as possible, while still giving them a sense of independence.

Five Steps to Being a Supportive Parent to an LGBT child
Coming out as a teen is hard. Lessen the pain and difficulty by being a loving and supportive parent.

The Cure to Teen Stress: Live More Simply
A wise grandparent bestowed the best advice her teen granddaughter ever received.

Being a Hindustani (Indian) Teen
The similarities and differences between teenagers from America and teenagers from India.

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