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How to Get My Teenager to Respect Me? empowering your teenager family enrichment Jun 22, 2022

 

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In this video we are going to explore the questions of respect. 

 

Parents often ask how do I get my teenager to respect me?

 

There are a number of particular circumstances that lead to this questions.

 

  • Maybe your teen doesn’t listen to...
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How to Get My Teen to Do Their Homework empowering your teenager Jun 13, 2022

 

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If you are wondering how to get your teen to do their homework, my guess is that homework has become a source of conflict.

 

How would you like to not have to worry about your son or daughter’s grades?

How would you like to never have an augment again over...

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How to Get My Teen to Talk - The Late Night Visit connecting with your teenager Jun 13, 2022

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Sometimes the best way to get your teenager to open up is to enter their world. Here is one creative way to accomplish this:

 

In this example, let's assume you have a teenage boy who likes to play video games. 

 

Teenagers are more likely to open up and talk late...

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How to Get My Teen to Talk connecting with your teenager May 31, 2022

  

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Something to think about.

 

When teenagers are asked what they wish their parents would do better the most common response is listen.

 

Could it be that one of the keys to getting your teenager to open up and talk more is learning to...

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Your Teenager is Always Watching empowering your teenager May 26, 2022

Last weekend, my wife and I were blessed with the opportunity to go on a trip to Cabo San Lucas Mexico. My wife won the trip through her involvement with a health and wellness company. One hundred and fifty people plus a guest were treated to an awesome 4-day getaway to the Hilton Los Cabos Beach...

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How Do I Get My Teenager to Try Harder In School? empowering your teenager family enrichment May 18, 2022

Declining or poor grades can become a source of conflict during the high school years. Especially if your teenager has always been a good student. Let’s say that up until eighth or ninth grade your son or daughter always was eager to go to school. They focused on their homework and breezed...

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Springtime Is a Time for Growing shifting your mindset May 03, 2022

A few days ago as I was driving down the street I noticed that the leaves on the trees were starting to come out—a sure sign that spring is here. Springtime is a time for growth. The grass is growing, flowers are blooming, and everything seems to be coming alive. Growth is a sign of life....

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Our Family Easter Tradition Apr 28, 2022

This past Sunday we (my wife and I) hosted our annual Brunch and Easter Egg Hunt. This event has not only become a day that I look forward to, but it has also become one of our family’s traditions. It represents many of the values that we stand for and this starts with the guest list....

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The Power of Family Dinners connecting with your teenager family enrichment Apr 20, 2022

With today’s busy schedules, the family dinner for many has been replaced with a trip through the drive-thru after soccer practice or a piece of leftover pizza eaten in separate rooms by each member of the family. Today I am offering a challenge to you: Develop a plan for having a family...

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Emotional Intelligence- How to Help Your Teenager Overcome Test Anxiety Apr 11, 2022

The concept of emotional intelligence was first introduced in 1995 by Daniel Goleman in his book Emotional Intelligence: Why it Can Matter More Than IQ.  Goleman broke emotional intelligence, or EI, into 5 areas.

 

Self Awareness

Self Regulation

Motivation

Empathy

Social Skill

 

As...

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The Power of a Spiritual Perspective family enrichment Mar 30, 2022

Think about all the ways you can interpret the actions of your spouse, your children, your parents, or any other family member. Your child’s cry in the middle of the night is attributed to a fear of the dark. Your spouse’s verbal outburst is considered an attack on the way you are...

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Four Stages of Parenting Mar 29, 2022

One of the benefits of the Family Enrichment Academy’s membership site is access to a growing number of expert interviews. Today I am going to share an awesome insight that came up during my most recent interview. I was talking with Kurt Brodbeck, who is the Family Ministry pastor at...

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