Advice for Parenting Teenagers : Two Essentials of Parenting Teenagers

Raise healthy, confident teenagers; learn the two musts for parenting teenagers in this free DIY teen psychology video from a professional life coach and experienced youth counselor. Expert: Jason Wittman Bio: Jason Wittman received his master of professional studies degree in counseling psychology from Cornell university. Since the mid-1980s, he has had a private practice as a Life Coach. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Be a supportive, healthy parent of teenagers; learn about positive reinforcement for parenting teenagers in this free DIY teen psychology video from a professional life coach and experienced youth counselor. Expert: Jason Wittman Bio: Jason Wittman received his master of professional studies degree in counseling psychology from Cornell university. Since the mid-1980s, he has had a private practice as a Life Coach. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan
Video Rating: 5 / 5


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    I’m a teenager myself and hate it when I say how I feel and some one would go “ya its all your hormones!” How would you like it if you being an adult said “I hate being pushed around by my boss” and some one said “ya, well your an adult, that’s life!”

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    If you like these videos, read more of Jason’s advice on his website, TheParentsCoach

  8. sarahjf2007 said,

    Wrote on February 14, 2012 @ 5:44 am

    I dont know why these concepts are so hard for most parents to get… I mean, kids, teens are people. If I had someone following me around everyday bashing me for every move I did wrong I’d want to get away from them too… its no wonder at all that kids distance themselves…

  9. SeaofSamsara said,

    Wrote on February 14, 2012 @ 6:36 am

    Great perspective thanks.

  10. RhumanIaffectionP said,

    Wrote on February 14, 2012 @ 6:57 am

    Ahh,i wish parents(whom does not speak english!)would listen to this.Or at least my brother…especially him.Damn no matter what you do,its either not enough or done wrongly.
    Thanks for posting this video though,hopefully people would listen.

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