Parenting Resources

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Parenting is one of the hardest jobs on Earth – just ask anyone who has undertaken the extraordinary adventure. It takes practice, patience, resiliency and dedication, and in the end, there are no perfect parents. But with love, empathy, a sense of humor and a focus on building and fostering connection, it will all be worth it.

Here is some support for the wonderful, difficult, amazing, exhausting, crazy ride.


Your Teen Magazine for Parents

Your Teen is a leading source for parents seeking high-quality information and advice about raising teenagers. The website includes daily updates covering news, expert advice, blog posts and much more. Search their database of hundreds of articles—or browse their sections on drugs & alcohol, health, school, relationships and technology, news, expert advice, blog posts and much more. Podcasts and videos of their latest parenting events are also available at

How to Raise an Adult

Based on the teachings of Julie Lythcott-Haims, author of the book How to Raise an Adult: Break Free from the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success.

Grown and Flown

Wonderful parenting advice covering a wide range of issue related to raising kids ages 15-25. Grown and Flown writes about topics including high school, social media, midlife, college, coming home, good parenting, bad parenting, and lessons learned from other parents and grandparents.

Center for Parent and Teen Communication

The Center for Parent and Teen Communication helps parents raise teens prepared to thrive. Adolescence is a time of opportunity and parents matter more than ever. We strive to ensure every caring adult has the knowledge and skills to promote positive youth development and foster strong family connections.

Fostering Resilience

Resilience is the capacity to rise above difficult circumstances, allowing our children to exist in this less-than-perfect world, while moving forward with optimism and confidence. Based on the work of Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MS.Ed. and pediatrician specializing in Adolescent Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Pennsylvania, this website helps to prepare children and teens to thrive through both good and challenging times.

Parenting Guidelines from Challenge Success

Common-sense tips are based on children’s known developmental needs and recent research on child and adolescent well-being. What you can do immediately to support healthy development and prepare your child for real success.

Positive Parenting Solutions

From backtalk to bedtimes. Tantrums to power-struggles. Toddlers to teens. Get the help you need to feel empowered and proud at how you handle anything parenthood throws your way, and raise strong, respectful, considerate, and even helpful children. And you can start today. No cost. No stress. Just real-world solutions you can implement immediately to create a happier home.

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