Margot Starbuck Snacks, sodas and sand dunes are just a few ways to make teen group dating a wholly enjoyable experience this summer “We had so much fun!” I raved to my mom, though I still smelled like coconut suntan lotion after our teen group date. That morning, my friends and I had packed PB&J … Continue reading Teen Group Dates Can Be Fun
Why Friendship is Important for Children
By Danny Huerta, MSW, LCSW, LSSW Photo by Pragyan Bezbaruah from Pexels “Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.’” – C.S. Lewis I don’t know about you, but I can still vividly remember playing sports with friends, laughing, playing video … Continue reading Why Friendship is Important for Children
Confident, Selfless, Grounded: Helping Tween and Teen Daughters Navigate Friendships
By Jessie Minassian Photo by Hannah Nelson from Pexels A girl grounded in her identity will still feel discouraged when she doesn’t have the relational connections she craves, but a lack of friends won’t define her. And it won’t destroy her. And if she’s practicing confidence and selflessness, the lonely seasons won’t last forever. Did … Continue reading Confident, Selfless, Grounded: Helping Tween and Teen Daughters Navigate Friendships
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