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June 29, 2020 32 min

Raising a child during the teen years can feel maddening. Stress and worry levels increase without much awareness or compassion from the culprit. This episode talks about how to set boundaries in a way that focus on the process of being a good human with the technique of creative repetition. 

Dear Aimee Zak,
Do you have any tips for parents as far as boundary setting and follow through with teenagers? – about to pull my hair out in CA

I have a two-part answer to this. The first part is to talk about ways that you can generally set a boundary and also support your teenager with following through. The second part is what to do when they go rogue and rebel. 

Mark as Played

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