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College Admissions Scandal - An Opportunity For Parents To Self Reflect
Written by Nikki P. Woods, March. 2019
The college admissions cheating scandal, otherwise known as 'Operation Varsity Blues,' has brought to light many deep seeded issues in regards to parenting this next generation of children. The fact that parents are willing to break the law, spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, and risk losing everything, to have their children attend a top-tier university, is as concerning as it gets. 
No Matter How Mature Your Teenage Daughter Appears,
Don't Be Fooled Into Granting Too Much Independence Just Yet
Written by Nikki P. Woods, March. 2019
Regardless of how intelligent, how academically inclined, or how mature your teenage daughter may appear, it is important to understand that this doesn’t necessarily correlate to being fully equipped to make rational and healthy decisions. 
The Dangers In Telling Parents Not To Compliment Their Children 
Written by Nikki P. Woods, Feb. 2019
Experts are now cautioning parents about the dangers of complimenting their children too much, especially when the focus is on their innate physical attributes. The evidence states that praising your child about his or her outward appearance can inadvertently cause the child to base their sense of self worth and value on their physical characteristics, thus leading to potential body confidence issues.  
How To Navigate New Year's Eve With Your Teenager
Written by Nikki P. Woods, Dec. 2018
New Years Eve - a time to celebrate and put closure to the past as we embrace the excitement of whats to come. For parents of teenagers however, this evening can be a much different experience - one filled with anxiety, fear and frustration. Most likely, your teenager has been planning their New Year's Eve celebration for quite some time - where they will be going, who will be invited and how they will be gaining access to alcohol.
Is Therapy Really Helpful For A Child?
Written by Nikki P. Woods, Sep. 2018
“Does my child really need to go to therapy? Isn’t she a little young for that?”
It can sometimes be a difficult concept to embrace as a parent - placing your child in therapy when they are so seemingly young and naïve to the world around them. What problems could they really be experiencing that require professional help?
Welcoming Your Daughter Home From College
For parents of teenage girls who are returning home from college for the first time, the new dynamic can be a bit challenging. Here are some helpful tips to ensure a harmonious reunion
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