Sharing the Summer with Your Teen
I'm delighted to share a guest post this week from my friend, Letitia Suk, author of 100 Need-to-Know Tips for Moms of Tweens and Teens
Summer! Is there another season so full of opportunity and possibilities?
When your kids were little, you planned the agenda and they tagged along, happy in general with whatever you planned. Not so much with teens! Before giving up and letting them make their own summer memories, here are a few ideas to try!
By Labor Day hopefully you have a camera full of photos and a heart stuffed with memories. Lighten up, loosen up but hang on to your vision for the best lifetime relationship you can imagine with your teen!
(Adapted from “100 Need to Know Tips for Moms of Tweens and Teens.”)
- Letitia (Tish) Suk, www.letitiasuk.com, invites women to create an intentional life. She is the author of 100 Need-to-Know Tips for Moms of Tweens and Teens, Getaway with God: The Everywoman’s Guide to Personal Retreat, and Rhythms of Renewal and blogs at Hopeforthebest.org. She is a speaker, personal retreat guide, and life coach in the Chicago area.
8/2/2019 09:39:48 am
Most of the time, teenagers would set their “what to do” plans during summer season. But if you desire to go out and have fun with your teen, then that’s a perfect idea to execute. When I was a teenager, I felt the need to find my own space away from my parents. I guess, we all reached that phase wherein all that we want to do is to explore and we see our parents as the antagonist ones. But summer season is the perfect time for you to bond with your children and be closer to them. I am sure it will be so much fun.
Comments are closed.
Sign up for updates: