Please, middle school students and parents:

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Fortunately, my blog posts are designed for parents, middle schoolers, and all young people, really.

Essentially, the topics include, and not in this order:
  1. struggles common among students
  2. also, health and wellness issues
  3. relationships
  4. then, organization for middle schoolers
  5. motivation
These blog posts are especially pertinent to parents, specifically because middle school is a particularly tumultuous time of a student's life.
Because middle school is a particularly tumultuous time of life, these blog posts are especially pertinent to young people and parents.
For additional success in middle school, parents should read my posts on the following topics:
  1. resilience in friendships
  2. also, happiness work for middle schoolers
  3. definitely, social support in middle school
  4. next, thinking styles
  5. as well, developing study habits

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Also, here are some books I have read recently that may be useful to parents:
  1. How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Over-Parenting Trap and Prepare your Kids for Success, by Julie Lythcott-Haims
  2. Have a New Teenager by Friday: From Mouthy to Moody to Respectful to Responsible in 5 Days, by Dr. Kevin Leman
  3. Brainstorm: The Teenage Brain from the Inside Out, by Dr. Daniel J. Siegel

My blog posts are about success in school and life; specifically for middle schoolers and their parents.

    For parents and students, my blog posts aren't just about success in school, but in life.
Fortunately, there are other excellent blogs for students (and by students) and parents:
  1. 5 Must Read Blogs for Parents of College Kids
  2. 5 Must Read Blogs for Single Parent Students
  3. 8 Student Blogs to Check Out
  4. Student Blogs at Studential.com

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Lastly, take a look at other programs that we have for students and parents:
  1. Life-Coaching Skills Workshop for Parents
  2. Academic Life Coaching for Students
  3. Presentation for Parent Groups on Executive Function and Self-Regulation