That’s why every Ten-Plus coaching program comes with a unique planning session at the beginning, during which we’ll build a customized together with you.Otherwise, if you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time.Last week Morgan had one of those moments where she wanted to confide in me. Morgan does not have a cell phone, so she will have to use the landline with watchful (and listening) parents nearby.She told me that she liked a little boy at school and that she had confessed that to him. Morgan came to me again Wednesday night and said at school that day the same young gentleman gave her his phone number so she could call him. But I am just thinking about how a busy parent navigates this transition phase for pre-teens and young teenagers.I help girls struggling with low self-esteem, family relations, friendship making/social skills, time management/study skills, dating/sex, and future plans and goal setting.
During the teen years so many girls begin to pull away from even the most loving parents wanting to establish their own identities and make their own decisions.
You’ve got to hear what your friends won’t ever tell you, but from someone you know has your best interests at heart. That’s why you’ll always work with Scot and/or Emily or another established, professional coach of .
By answering “how” instead of “why”, you can count on looking toward the future with well-defined goals in mind.
Morgan says that some of her other sixth grade friends are “dating” which I find very hard to believe.
At this stage, I just want her to focus on her academics and avoid the various complexes and angst that I suffered through at her age.