I Lost My Teen and I Don’t Know How or When

Times have changed since parents were in high school. The Internet has brought about an entirely different attitude for many troubled teens growing up in a time where it’s available everywhere. Many teenagers go through adolescence smartphone in hand. The generational gap tends to be a bit wider between parents and their students these days, and you as a parent may find relating to your student a much more difficult thing to do. While technology may have created an entirely new environment for teenagers, personalities remain constant. Your students need your love and support more than ever, and if you feel like your teen is lost and on a path to negativity, the time to act may be now. Lava Heights Academy can help with these sorts of issues. Call us today at 866.452.8772.

How To Relate to Troubled Teens

Drug use, oversexuality, and peer pressure are much more front and center in this generation. Teenagers are confronted with these problems earlier and earlier. This can be terrifying for parents who feel as though they haven’t the first clue on how to help their student overcome these obstacles in a healthy manner. Students who are caught up in issues that are bringing them down can benefit from therapy, but ultimately, the best help starts in the home. If your teenager can learn from your positive example in the home, they can take those virtues into daily life. 

The best thing you can do is to be there for your students. Technology and changed attitudes can cause much confusion between parents and their students, but good parenting and a solid, virtuous foundation for teenagers to build on can mean the world. 

If you would like to know more about therapeutic boarding school and other residential programs for troubled teens, please contact a family counselor at Zion Educational Systems for guidance.  To get started click the button below!

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