Today’s teens, are, on the whole, busier than ever. With such hectic lives, teens—and some parents—may be forgetting to slow down and prioritize. These three practical tips will help your teen pare down and focus on what matters.
The small, rural town where I grew up – and many towns nearby – had escaped the blight and decay that plagued so many others. The downtown area was a source of civic pride that hearkened back to a simpler time, something akin to It’s a Wonderful Life. Naively, I thought poverty and need were Read the full article…
Instead of demanding that they do what we want them to do, and then when they don’t agree, declaring them unmotivated and difficult, let’s change our mindset and the approach we take towards our teens volunteering.
Now 16 and a high school senior, over the past four years Xiomara has logged over 500 volunteer hours, 130 in the last year alone, and she is showing no signs of slowing down.