Sometimes it takes effort and intention to focus on the positive rather than getting stuck on the negative.
Our child’s ability to balance busy, pressured school days with quiet moments at home.
The passion of the young athlete to perform her best in a sport she’s serious about.
How socially active sons/daughters are adjusting to independence and building people skills and street smarts while away from us.
That “bossy” and “outspoken” are useful when it comes to peer pressure and letting people know where you stand and, conversely, being the “quiet one” means being introspective, creative, and just enjoying taking it all in.
How can we change our perspective to see the positive in our teens?