Category - Teen
In addition to educating your teen, try to strategize with them about ways they can make sleep more of a priority in their lives, whether that be dropping an extracurricular or staying away from technology around bedtime. I hope these tips can help both parents and teens find balance this school year. When life is busy, or all your energy is focused on a special project, its all too easy to find yourself off balance, not paying enough attention to important areas of your life. While you need to have drive and focus if youre going to get things done, taking this too far can lead to frustration and intense stress. Teens often struggle with depression, anxiety, self-injurious behavior or social and family pressures. Suicidal thoughts and behaviors are far too common among teens. We believe every family member has a role to play in the overall wellbeing of the family system. Everyone talks about the importance of achieving the elusive worklife balance. But in my opinion, trying to find perfect balance is a pipe dreama wasted effort. In todays fast-paced workplace, most of us are urged to do more, faster, and with fewer resources. When your child was younger, your role was to lay the foundations for his behaviour. For example, you probably showed your child how to cooperate and take turns with others. Now your child is in his teens, he can start taking responsibility for his own behaviour. how the wheel of life can help you find balance it led me to the miracle i discovered for weight loss, the end of workaholism, and to greater success than ever before. Work-life balance cannot be successful without effective priority setting. Learn ways to set priorities on the things that matter most and to say no to the things that matter least. Determining your priorities is a bit of a balancing act in and of itself, but the key is to constantly evaluate your use of time. One minute a teen seems interested in a new sport, topic in school, or type of music, only to completely shift gears the next. While victimization plays a large role in why teens use drugs, a teens peer group might have the most profound effect on his or her view of drugs. because of the high interest in the topic of role models, i decided it was time to revisit the subject, drawing on additional research. After all, teens are influenced by a variety of adults and peers. We tend to underestimate how much maintaining balance contributes to living life successfully and productively. As a sports enthusiast, i appreciate how sports are a metaphor for, or a microcosm of, life so you will find me making many comparisons and analogies. To get optimum results heshe must train for the event in the most efficient and productive.