Resiliency is the ability to adapt, remain flexible, and recover quickly from difficult circumstances. It can be a significant protective factor against a host of mental health problems. And unfortunately, research is suggesting that rates of resiliency are decreasing among middle and upper class kids.
On March 6th I will be at Northview High School in Johns Creek, GA to speak with parents about risky teenage behaviors and how to help teens with building resilience and reducing stress. Please contact me if you’d like additional information.
I will be at Johns Creek High School in Johns Creek, Georgia on Wednesday February 13th from 12 – 1 pm to speak with parents about how to strengthen family bonds. We will discuss topics such as communication, time and activity management, and the key behaviors that are important for parents to model. If you […]
Northview and Johns Creek High Parents – On October 9th I will be at Northview to give a talk about how to help your teenager manage stress and anxiety. October 17th I will be at Johns Creek giving a presentation about how to raise respectful and resilient teenagers. It’s free to attend but you must […]
Your body is not your only currency. Your true worth is not determined by your beauty, popularity, or the label on your new handbag. You are inherently valuable. Your value lies in your intelligence, kindness, compassion, and grace. The boy who you were so devastated about today is someone whose last name you may not […]