Essays From Troubled Teens | Helping Parents Understand

Essays From Troubled Teens | Helping Parents UnderstandTroubled teens have a story to tell, and parents can learn valuable insight into the troubled thoughts of the troubled child… all they have to do is listen. If allowed, troubled teens will speak from their hearts… if given a platform and they feel safe.  One way that parents can learn valuable inside information about the twisted thinking of a troubled teen is to read their essays. The essays contain special times and shared feelings with other teens, with parents of the troubled teens, and with anyone out their who might gain or benefit from their experience. Many subjects have been wrote on such as, leadership training to athletics, restorations with their parents, to their experience in volunteering, helping the disadvantaged from our local community. But the most important thing is the troubled teen has presented their hearts, as it pertains to their experience of personal growth and emotional intelligence. We are most grateful when teens take the time to write these essays about their life experiences. Its not about being right or wrong, its about listening and hearing between the lines. Many parents that have read their teens essays have been brought to tears as they come to realize how much their child has grown with compassion and understanding. We recognize teens for their accomplishments. We are so thankful for the effort our students have given to capture their life experience on paper, and to broadcast to the cyber world all that god has done for them and the blessings they have received by doing so. Articles:Help for Parents of Troubled Teens | Sunset Bay AcademyHelp for Troubled Teens | Storm Ridge Ranch

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