f you have a teen, you know that the clock is ticking on how much longer they will be under your roof and available to hang out with you anytime you want. Doesn’t if feel like only a few years ago that you were filling their sippy cup and planning play dates?
I was on the phone with one of my close friends. She was struggling with her teen daughter, “Ella”, who keeps making choices that are not in her best interest, choices that keep getting her in trouble at school and at home. My friend was at the end of her rope.