GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman says: Social Micro-management, better known as “helicoptering” needs to land. Leave the kids alone and let THEM figure out THEIR OWN PLANS.
GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman on Miley’s antics: Just ANOTHER bad message to our teens that when you’re lonely for attention, you can take off your clothes and bathe in the slimelight.
Our kids will soon enter a world where they have to plan, prioritize, manage their time, avoid procrastination, pay attention in class … YES, you CAN help minimize the stress factor.
Mom University: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen Expert” Debby Shulman provides the “GIRLilla Warfare Unabridged College Guide” to what your kid REALLY needs for the “take-off”…
Beware of the “Controlling Boyfriend” — GIRLilla Warfare’s “Sexpert” E.J. Gordon tells parents how to help prevent your daughter from entering a harmful and potentially dangerous relationship.
Behind the Sadness: GIRLilla Warfare’s “Teen” Expert Debby Shulman tells what behavioral changes to watch out for, and why it is crucial to be open, on board and vigilant if your teen is depressed.
Whether it’s on the ball field, at camp, or in school, watching our children falter and trip again is one of the most frustrating emotions we feel as parents. Here’s why “allowing” them to live through “the journey of falling” IS a GOOD THING.
Whether your kid graduates from high school or college, leaves for kindergarten or says goodbye to Middle School — here are the “Golden Goods” to give to your child on his or her next journey. (You should take it with YOU as well.)
Being bullied, being left out, feeling too much pressure, “coming out” as gay — have all been factors contributing toTeen Suicide. GIRLilla Warfare explores the issue and offers advice.
Are WE creating a generation of dishonest students all in the interest of getting an A?
My House, My Rules: One Mom’s advice on dealing with “adolescence on steroids.”
Is there anything more compelling than the knowledge that your child may have the skills to perform better in school but can’t do so because they are so disorganized?
These apps may be the hippest in social networking, but let’s be honest — BLENDR & GRINDER is really a Cuisinart of Booty Call. And, under-aged kids are using it.
Yes, coaching IS teaching, but sometimes choices are ‘unfair’ — but one mom writes try to see it as a life lesson — on and off the field.