In whom do your teenagers confide?

Not you the parents, that’s for sure. Do you know why they don’t? Puberty brings many new thoughts that teens view as treasures. Do you think they are going to share those treasures with you? No, they fear you will make fun of them and what they treasure. I promise you, you don’t want to miss out on the most exciting time of their lives when they want to share their new insights with somebody, insights that will determine the rest of their lives. Don’t you want them confiding in me, an older man with lots of wisdom who has worked with hundreds of teens? Let me gain their confidence so over time I can coax them into confiding in you too. (See my experience at CounselingServicesAtlanta.com/Children and Teens)

Your teen can talk to me easily on Zoom. I can tell you that over the years I have saved teens from running away, from suicide, from prison and from making many costly decisions. Puberty makes teens more likely to make serious impulsive mistakes and I want to be there in your place to prevent them. Email me at [email protected] or call me at 404-487-1956 and leave a message. I look forward to giving you hope about finally being able to have the conversations with your teens about what you have only dreamed. Learn more about me at CounselingServicesAtlanta.com/Children and Teens.