Does your teen or tween love to attend NerdCon, HamaCon, or the Huntsville Comic Con? Finding a good local LARP group could be right up their alley.
Teens and Tweens
Guest Contributor / Money, Teens and Tweens / Ask the Expert financial advice, family financial advice, financial advice for grads, financial advice for graduates, Nicholas Rockhill, Progress Bank / 0 Comments
We asked a local expert from Progress Bank your questions about financial advice for graduates. These tips could really help out your college-bound kid!
Stephenie Walker / Parenting, Tales From the Trenches, Teens and Tweens / emotional parenting, emotional toil of parenting teens, guard my heart, parenting teen, parenting teens, protecting your heart, teen parenting / 1 Comment
How does a mom prepare herself for her child’s teenage years lurking around the corner? By toughening up her heart.
Rocket City Mom / Community Caring, Teens and Tweens / Huntsville Library volunteer, summer volunteer programs huntsville, teen volunteer huntsville, the volunteer center huntsville, volunteer huntsville / 4 Comments
Summer is a great time for your teenage to work in some valuable volunteer time. Luckily for them – and for you – there are lots of places to do that in Huntsville and North Alabama this summer!
Guest Contributor / Community Caring, Teens and Tweens / Amelia Ragland, Aparna Vuppala, Huntsville Hospital, SPEAK, SPEAK Huntsville, suicide Huntsville, suicide prevention, suicide prevention huntsville / 0 Comments
Did you know suicide is now the second-leading cause of death for Alabama children 10-14 years old, behind only car wrecks? If you just did a double-take, you need to read more about SPEAK.
Summer months = more teen drivers on the road. Now is the time to have a real conversation about distracted driving with your young driver, and a local expert gives you tips about what to talk about and how to avoid the worst case scenario.
Guest Contributor / Featured, Teens and Tweens / Beth Jackson, how to talk to teens about porn, National Children's Advocacy Center, parenting and pornography, parenting teens, talking to kids about pornography, teens and porn / 5 Comments
You’ve had the talk, but then you discover the Internet browser history. What’s a parent supposed to do when their kid has been looking at pornography online? We asked an expert.
When the Stanford Rapist Who Can Also Swim story started emerging, I began to question myself. Have we ever directly addressed the sticky situations that can come up? Does my son truly understand consent?