Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Making a tough decision during holiday times
As the holidays approach a teenager's behavior can sometimes escalate and this can leave a parent with a decision that they don't want to make. How can they send their child into a teen help program during this time of the year?
As a Parent Advocate and Parent Consultant, I share with parents that you have many years ahead of you to have many wonderful holidays together - however in some cases, it can mean saving your child's life by removing them from not-so-safe situations - especially if they are involved in drug use or hanging out with unsavory groups of what they consider friends. With the extra time off from school -it sometimes can add up to more time for trouble.
Are you struggling with your teenager? Confused about what school or program is best for their needs? I founded Parent's Universal Resource Experts, Inc over a decade ago for parents that are at their wit's end - after I was duped and my daughter abused at a program that mislead us. Our experiences are only to help educate parents - there are more good programs than there are not so good one. It is up to you to do your due diligence.
Remember, family is a priority - your child's welfare comes first. There will always be more holidays - let's be sure your child's safety and security are first and foremost.