3 Keys for a successful winter break
with your anxious or depressed teen
If you're looking for tools to help you and your anxious or depressed teen over the break, this video will help you. Inside it, you'll learn:
The 3 strategies that will create powerful connection with your teen
Clear examples of common challenges and how to overcome them
How to help prevent your teen from retreating and encourage them to engage with you
Winter break is meant to be a time of relaxation and connection with family, right?
But if you're the mother of a teen who lives with extreme anxiety and depression, this beautiful family time can actually be stressful and anxiety provoking for you.
Long days with little to no structure often lead to anxious or depressed teens retreating to their rooms, even their beds. Focusing on YouTube, social media or video games draws them deeper into their anxiety and depression and further from connection with you and the rest of the family.
The mothers I work with often feel powerless, frustrated and disappointed by the lack of interaction with their kids.
If this sounds like you, download my video 3 Keys for a Successful Winter Break with your Anxious or Depressed Teen by entering your name and email above to get some guidance and support on how to help your teen during the winter break.