The Healthy Family Connections Podcast Episode 203 · Duration: 00:20:39 We’ll talk about this and a whole lot more on this week’s podcast, The Double Softy Syndrome Meets Locus Of Control. Today we’re hearing from Cammy from Joliet, Illinois. And Cammy writes: Dear Neil, Our 17-year-old daughter has become a terrorist in our home. She’s always […]Continue reading
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Should I Be Concerned About My Son’s Lack Of Interests?
The Healthy Family Connections Podcast Episode 195 · Duration: 00:16:15 We’ll talk about this and a whole lot more on this week’s podcast, Should I Be Concerned About My Son’s Lack Of Interests? Today we’re hearing from Nikita from Mumbai, India. And Nikita writes: Hi Neil, I came across your website while searching for the […]Continue reading
Healthy Family Connections Top 10 Most Popular 2020 Episodes
This week, I’ve rounded up the 10 most popular episodes of the Healthy Family Connections podcast from 2020. Check out the questions listeners have asked and the solutions I’ve provided.Continue reading
Does My Son Have Narcissistic Personality Disorder?
What do you do when you’re constantly battling with your teenager and you suspect they may have a personality disorder? I provide suggestions to help them adopt healthy personality habits.Continue reading
The Therapist Says To “Back Off.” Should I?
Your therapist recommends “backing off” your teenager. What do you do? Backing off is rarely the answer. I offer advice on what to do instead.Continue reading
Is Better Good Enough?
You’ve done great work with your teen and they’ve shown growth. But there are still some areas that improvement. How can you continue to help them and lead them on the right path? Learn how in this episode.Continue reading
Get Off This Enablement Train
Young adult enablement is an issue many families face. But how can you help when it’s your stepchild who is causing tension with your spouse? I provide some guidance that can help.Continue reading
“Give” Your Teenager The Joy of Success
As parents, it’s fantastic to provide support to your child throughout their life. But at some point, your teen needs to manage their own responsibilities. Learn how you can guide them.Continue reading
Our Very Normal 17-Year-Old Is Failing
What do you do when your teenager, who was once on the path to college, suddenly falls behind at school and you expect substance abuse is at play? I offer solutions parents can use to help guide their teens on a path forward.Continue reading
Parenting In A New Culture
The expectations of teens and the journey of adolescence vary widely among cultures. What can you do to help your family moved forward after moving to a new country? I offer solutions that can help.Continue reading