How to Get Your Teen to Talk to You


How to Get Your Teen to Talk to You


As a parent, all you want is to have a close relationship with your child: to love them, guide them and help support them. Through the teen years, however, your relationship often can feel strained or distant, and you are left feeling like an outsider in your child’s life. This webinar will review how to get your relationship back on track and break down the walls that have created distance between you and your teen. You will be able to better understand their needs, be able to effectively articulate your own needs, and ultimately have a healthier, more connected relationship with those you love.

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