Thoughtful Thursday: My Kid Screwed Up in School – Teleclass

May 15, 2008 at 10:54 am | Posted in children, dads, Divorce, Families, Family Time, GEM Parenting Secrets, How To, moms, Mothers, parents, relationships, Self Esteem, siblings, spirituality, teens, Thoughtful Thursday, Tweens, Welcome | Leave a comment
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What you missed…

GEM PARENTING SECRETS PRESENTS:

My teen screwed up in school! What do I do?

Featuring Grace Mauzy, M.A., & Guest Expert, Linda Silbert, Ph.D.

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Only $6.00

We discuss the mistakes and problems your teen has made from different perspectives. Learn different ways to use positive intervention to help your teen develop and mature away from self-demoralizing and self-demeaning behaviors. Let’s get your teen moving toward behaviors that will instill a wonderful sense of well being that is independent of all the demands on teens these days.

For only $6.00 you can listen to this teleclass and receive all the materials that go with it.

Join GEM Parenting Teleseminar

This podcast includes a downloadable 1:30:52 min. audio, GEM Action Guide, Expert Article, and Grace’s Personal Article.

Tomorrow, Friday, May 16 at 12:30 p.m. EST, please join me for my FREE 30-minute live radio show at www.blogtalkradio.com/gemparenting for Feedback Friday on this week’s topic. You can call me live at (646) 478-4032, chat in the chatroom with other parents or myself.  I look forward to seeing you there.

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