Turn that frown upside down – The secret price of Pompom Parenting

  Whether it’s school, friends, love interests, your boundaries or a myriad of other things, your teen is having an emotional reaction of the messy kind; anger, angst, sadness, devastation, frustration, annoyance, low confidence, etc. (insert dark and stormy cloud). When your child hurts, you hurt. It’s genetic. You’re their parent, the person who’s known […]