Are you enjoying cookies or crumbs?
Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Cookies or Crumbs

Are you teaching our teens to be assertive or be the martyr? Mmmm….cookies 🍪 Ask your teens if they are enjoying cookies or crumbs, then

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Quote about self-pity
Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Self-Pity Gets You Nowhere

Do you ever find yourself (or your teen) stuck in the woes of self-pity? “Self-pity gets you nowhere. Adventurous daring to accept oneself as a

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Ideas for Teens
Kristen Duke

Dating Tips for Teens

Dating tips for teens to help think about “do’s and don’ts” when it comes to dating, to notice dating red flags, and what are important

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Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Teenage Dating Rules

Making decisions about teens and dating ahead of time will save some headache in the long run. Parents often don’t think they need to think

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How to meal plan
Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Dinner Meal Plan for Families

Family dinners are so important for connection and conversation time but tricky to plan. Tips gathered to help make dinner meal plan time simpler. I

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Lighthouse Parent
Ideas for Teens
Kristen Duke

Be a Lighthouse Parent

How do you help your child weather life’s storms? Be a Lighthouse Parent Have you heard of a lighthouse parent before? It’s new to me,

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Ideas for Teens
Kristen Duke

Goal Setting for Teens

This Simple Goal Setting for Teens worksheet is a free download, and can be used as a vision board for teens also. Goal Setting vision

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Consider this discussion cards
Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Confidence Building for Teens

Help Your Teen Build Confidence! The new Consider This: Confidence Building for Teens cards are here!  We know teen life is DIFFICULT. Social media, school

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Most important work
Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

The MOST Important Work…

“The most important work you will ever do will be within the walls of your own home.” Harold B. Lee said. I’ve had this quote

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Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Superiority and Comparison in Teens

There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.-ErnestHemingway Oh…Ernest Hemingway, you hit the

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Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Admit Mistakes

How to help teens admit mistakes. It’s hard for any of us to admit when we are wrong. We can guide our kids with these

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Parenting Teens
Kristen Duke

Family Traditions

Family traditions counter alienation and confusion. They help us define who we are; they provide something steady, reliable, and safe in a confusing world. I’ve

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Connect With Your Teens

Your Intentional Connection Playbook

10 unique ways for parents and teens to build a closer relationship

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