Teenagers are on the cusp of their future. They’re still grounded in childhood but can easily see adulthood just off in the distance. They’re chomping at the bit to grow up and dragging their feet at the same time.
If you bundle your happiness too tightly around your children, bumps along the road may leave you feel frustrated, empty and anything but “happy.”
For the most challenging job in the world — being a parent — try the proven SOAR concept as outlined in Healthy Habits, Happy Kids: A Practical Plan to Help Your Family.
The best way to ensure your child develops a healthy relationship with food is to help your child develop healthy relationships with others, starting with you.
To give yourself every advantage in your daily commitment to be a supportive parent, learn and live by this checklist.