Inside Your Teen Daughter’s Mind

Photo of Teen Daughters ME guest, Sheri GazittFor parents of daughters, the teen years can be one of the most fun and exciting times and one of the most challenging. One day, your daughter is confiding in you and the next she doesn’t want to tell you anything. So, what exactly is going on in your teen daughter’s mind? And how can you use that information to find better ways to communicate?

 

Parent educator, author, and teen life coach Sheri Gazitt shares practical tips to stay connected with your daughter. Learn what to do if your daughter no longer comes to you when she is struggling, what to avoid to keep communication lines open, and how to develop grit as a parent.

 

HOW WILL YOU FOSTER A DEEPER CONNECTION WITH YOUR TEEN DAUGHTER?

What might you do differently next time your daughter is struggling, but won’t talk to you? How will you show your daughter that you believe in her? What steps will you take to shift from fixing to focusing on connecting?

 

WANT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT RAISING TEEN DAUGHTERS?

THE MOTHER-DAUGHTER RELATIONSHIP, FOR BETTER OR WORSE: A CONVERSATION WITH PSYCHOLOGIST AND AUTHOR RONI COHEN-SANDLER. The mother-daughter relationship can offer a special kind of emotional closeness, mutual support and a lot of fun over the years. But at times it also can be fraught with tension and conflict (e.g. why are you giving me that look?!). In this candid and thoughtful conversation, Dr. Roni Cohen-Sandlerauthor of I’m Not Mad, I Just Hate You! joins Marti & Erin to explore some of the underlying reasons for mother-daughter tension, as well as strategies for ensuring that your mother-daughter relationship survives and thrives through the teen years – strategies that need to start long before adolescence.

 

GIRLS AND STRESS: A CONVERSATION ABOUT TEEN STRESS WITH PSYCHOLOGIST AND AUTHOR DR. RONI COHEN-SANDLER. When young girls enter adolescence, they report high levels of stress and self-doubt about school, extracurricular activities, friendships and their appearance. What factors contribute to teen stress and how is it different for girls and boys? Most important, what can we do to ease the stress and help our girls find more joy and confidence during this important time in their lives? Psychologist Dr. Roni Cohen-Sandler joins Marti & Erin for a heartfelt exploration of the complicated lives of girls today.

 

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