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We have a wonderful blogger friend, Adrian, who blogs at www.adrianscrazylife.com. She made a wonderful post for www.mamahive.com…
Adrian gives some wonderful advice on making our teens and tweens lives just a little more happy. I think as parents, we all like to think we know EXACTLY what our kids are going through…and to some extent we do, but times are SO different now from when we were teens. We are farther removed than we’d like to admit from our teen years, and our children might be having a completely different junior high/high school experience than we did. But when we look back, if you get right to the heart of it, every teen just wants to be liked, be accepted, be happy and NOT be embarrassed. So please hop on over to www.mamahive.com and check out Adrian’s post! It might give you a little insight on what you didn’t know…or maybe knew, but forgot. 🙂 Also be sure to visit Adrian at her blog www.adrianscrazylife.com, her great advice isn’t limited to teens! I always learn something awesome from her every time I visit her blog. 🙂
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Nice read! I like the suggestions.
Awwww, you guys are making me BLUSH! Seriously though, it is heartening when someone really connects with something you’ve written and are passionate about. I think sometimes teens can get a bad rap, but they can really amaze you when you give them a chance! Thanks for the shout out – you ladies are awesome!
Adrian, I loved the post!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing it with us and letting us share it too! 🙂
Thank y’all so much for posting the link to Adrian’s post. Glad you loved it as much as we did!