Parenting Made Simple With Boys Town

 

 


 

When you have a child, they come with no manual, no guide, and let’s be honest, most of the parenting advice you will receive over time will be horrible.

My oldest is 17, my youngest is 7, over the years, I’ve second-guessed decisions I’ve made, past, present, and future. Parenting has the tendency to suck, especially if you don’t have a support system, which up until a few years ago, was a perfect description of our personal situation. Let’s face it, whether you have a good support system or not, every parent needs as many resources as they can get. That’s why you should check out Boys Town.

Boys Town is backed by 100 years of research and expertise. Their content is developed by a series of psychiatrists, psychologists, and parenting experts, so you can feel confident in the information, tips, and advice that you read. Best part? You can have it all delivered right to your email inbox every week.

Do you want tips to help your child succeed in school? There’s an email series for that. Need basic parenting principles? There’s an email series for that too! Other topics include:

  • Teen Discipline
  • Toddler Tantrums
  • Today’s Teen
  • Sleep Issues
  • Potty Training
  • Anti-Bullying
  • Tween Discipline

No lie, I went straight for the teen discipline. Once my older children became teens, yes ma’am and no ma’am turn into lip popping, eye rolling and grunting. Discipline is hard because they tend to become hostile which leads to a complete absence of communication, or even worse- running away and self-harm. This email series from Boys Town helped me understand how to communicate through the silence, create rewards, and discipline dispassionately. The true benefit? No screaming, no yelling, no drama and *gasp* happy teens. That will let you take photos of them.

Click ==>here<== to learn more about Boys Town and sign up for emails.

Tell me: What’s your biggest parenting woe?

More about Aprill

Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

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