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I’m a parenting expert and family coach. Our 21st century tweens and teens are so savvy about pop culture, technology and social media, they may believe they’ve got the emotional and interpersonal part of life figured out too. They don’t. Middle and high school kids need their parents to teach them how to be good people who do the right thing, online and off. Because home is where kids learn the most about love, respect, empathy and resilience, you need 21st century parenting advice you can count on.

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Letters from Parents & Teens

“I hate my son's music!”


“My ex-husband has turned my kids against me.”

Dear Annie,

My 15-year-old son listens to music that has objectionable material and lyrics. I do not feel I am being over sensitive to the music -- this stuff is really bad, with a lot of derogatory remarks, cruelty, and expletives that are just plain wrong. Up until last year I was able to censor the music...


Hey Terra,

My two kids (15 and 18) are so angry with me for divorcing their dad. He is verbally abusive, manipulative and says horrible things about me to them.

I've dedicated 18 years of my life to being a great mom, a role model, and a good citizen.

Due to circumstances, I was forced to move out of the...

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