Parenting Teenage Girls in the Age of a New Normal

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Entitlement. Irregular emotions. Obsession with social media. Premature discovery of sex. These are just a few of the issues that parents raising a new generation of girls are dealing with. As a parent, navigating a healthy relationship with your child during these teen years can be challenging if you don’t have the proper tools to communicate.

In this book, Parenting Teenage Girls In The Age of a New Normal parenting expert and author Michelle Mitchell draws upon decades of experience working with teenage girls and provides her unique parenting strategies in response to the biggest issues impacting this generation of girls, such as: bullying, social media, sexuality, disrespect, drugs, and anxiety.

Featuring straight forward advice that really works, Parenting Teenage Girls In The Age of a New Normal book is a practical and empowering resource to help foster stronger relationships between parents and their teens and pre-teens.

Page 4. This page gives parents a research based overview of the issues young girls are facing. In each subsequent chapter, you will find the latest statistics impacting teenage girls.

Page 26. The 10 SECOND RULE. This strategy explains why kids “zone out” when parents start talking, and helps you trim your words for maximum impact.

Page 29. My all-time favourite strategy which I often talk about at my parent nights. It’s called SOFT AND CLOSE. This strategy can change the tone in your home immediately.

Page 31. You’ll find my WINNING FORMULA to help boost confidence in girls. This strategy will help you know when to “let go” and when to “step in”.

Page 41. This section talks about payback jobs – when to use them, when not to use them, and why you need a Plan B.

Page 71. Promise me you will set up social media well. My ‘Crystal Clear Agreement’ is just as much for you as for your young person. You will find my opinion on reasonable boundaries for technology time.

Page 87. Have you caught your daughter sexting? Do you want to prevent your daughter sexting? I’ll tell you exactly what to say and do. THIS IS A MUST READ.

Page 144. I’ll give you some down-to-earth strategies for young people struggling with anxiety, self-harm and even just a plain old bad day!

Page 145. This section gives parents a breakdown of what is going on inside of a girl’s brain during puberty.

Page 170. This strategy is called HIT AND RUN PRAISE and anyone who lives or works with teens can use it. I suggest that you give them a genuine compliment and then keep walking. Don’t pause, wait for their feedback or stay around and wait for a reaction or eye roll. Catch them off guard. Hit and run it.

Channel Nine TV Interview with Michelle Mitchell





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