If you are parent to a high school senior, your child will likely be working with the school counselor on college applications to a greater or lesser degree. Given that many high schools are stretched very thinly, you can help your teen to prepare for meetings with the counselor, in order to make the best [...]
You may know—I’m sure you do—that your child is neither “entitled” nor “dependent” in a one percent way or 47% way. But the question I began to mull in response to the political winds is one parents of teens should pose to themselves: what can we do to ensure our children are prepared to leave [...]
We all want the teens in our lives to grow into adults who thrive. Adults who lack money skills are compromised from the beginning. Why? Money problems make people feel like victims. Money problems restrict our options. Money problems cause stress and even poor health. Money problems cause breakdowns in important relationships in our [...]
If you are a parent with a driving-age teen, you are probably terrified at the thought of your child behind the wheel. Maybe you’ve read the statistics. Had some frightening conversations with other parents. Or the mere experience of having your teen back the car out of your driveway was enough to scare you.