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7 Ways to Help Your Teen Choose a Career

Teenagers looking at the tail end of their school life can be inundated with all sorts of well-meaning but terrible career advice from their parents, teachers, and peers. Teenagers will often receive career advice like:

  • Put security above everything
  • Choose the career that pays the most
  • Don’t settle for anything less than a prestigious job title


Improve Your Teen’s Self Esteem

Self-esteem is the psychological term that refers to the subjective view someone has of their self-worth. In other words, their overall sense of personal value. Self-esteem is also a measure of self-confidence and how much one likes oneself. A teen’s self-esteem will face many challenges during big life changes like starting high school or working in a job for the first time. However, not all self-esteem issues teens face are grounded in reality. In a 2004 biennial study consisting of almost 25,000 teens: (more…)

My Teen’s Addicted to Social Media, What Do I Do?

Teenagers can quickly become addicted to social media when they are first exposed to it and left to their own devices. It starts off innocent enough, as they use the platforms to keep up with friends and family and watch the occasional funny video. However, If you see signs that your teen may be obsessed with social media, here’s how to steer them towards healthier pursuits. (more…)

How a Life Coach is Important to Teens

Most people’s views of life coaching are of adults seeking career guidance, advice on getting over a mental block, setting goals, or getting back into the dating game. Teenagers aren’t the first group that will spring to mind when it comes to needing a life coach, which is odd considering the significant changes during adolescence. (more…)

How to Help Your Teen Overcome Social Media Addiction

Social media addiction is a diagnosable disorder where teens spend too much time on social media to the point it impairs other important life areas. Teens often become enthralled with social media as a means of escape, which can set a precedent for using their favorite platform as an unhealthy coping mechanism. As a concerned parent, here’s what you can do to help your teen overcome social media addiction. (more…)

5 Reasons a Teen Life Coach is Worth the Investment

Teenagers face a lot of challenges in their lives, but most will get through adolescence without requiring any type of serious therapy. However, transitioning to the world of adulthood can be daunting. Teenagers today face many challenges that weren’t around when their parents were pimply-faced youths.

It’s enough to make the average parent feel ill-equipped to deal with whatever is troubling their emerging adult. If you are wondering whether a teen life coach is worth the investment, this article should help clear things up.  (more…)

How Does a Teen Life Coach Help Your Child?

Many adults consider life coaching to be an adult-oriented service for people looking for career changes, fitness advice, or guidance on self-improvement. However, life coaches are not just for adult guidance because teens in the midst of major life changes could benefit from some coaching help as well.


How a Life Coach Can Combat Teen Stress

There are few things as stressful for teenagers as they transition to adulthood. The combination of new responsibilities, social pressures and a developmental gap between their skills and expectations can be overwhelming. And then there are a bunch of adults constantly telling them what they should and shouldn’t be doing. If left unchecked, a build-up of stress can have a negative impact on a teen’s health, relationships, and overall well-being. (more…)

Broken Relationship with a Parent: Peanut Butter Without the Jelly

Broken Relationship with a Parent: Peanut Butter Without the Jelly

High school can be an exciting and rewarding experience. During this time, parents tend to take a back seat to your friends. It is often not intentional. It is just a natural process of becoming a young adult. However, through this process, it is important not to neglect the relationships with your parents (or guardian). Sure, you can have amazing relationships with your friends. You can be making straight A’s. You can be crushing it in sports. No matter how much success you experience, your level of overall happiness will be limited if you have a broken relationship with your parents. It’s like peanut butter without jelly. (more…)