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How to Fight With Your Teen

Conflict can be an open door to growth.

Traveling Through Teenland

The word teenager might be a modern word, but the struggle in training children during those awkward years has been around since the time of Cain and Abel.

Homeschoolers in the Military

For years the question that concerned many parents was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school gain admittance into the college of his or her choice? For other parents, the question looming was, Can a student who was homeschooled through high school have a successful career in the military?

Educating Teens at Home

Home education for your teenagers should still be conducted at the best, safest place--HOME.

Answers: High School Homeschooling

Guiding Your Student Toward a Fulfilling Career

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • May 10, 2012 |
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The Path to College

  • Dr. Dale and Cassidy Callahan |
  • May 03, 2012 |
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Give Your High Schoolers A Leg Up

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • April 26, 2012 |
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Home Schooling Teens Doesn't Have To Be A Nightmare

All of us struggle with the fear that we are inadequate and unprepared. We all silently panic at the thought of being found a fraud or a failure. And when the issue is the education of our children through the high school years, these fears are escalated...

True Lips Wait? Abstinence, Romantic Longing, and Monogamous Lips

In an age of instant sexual gratification, these young believers believe that true lips wait. This is what a counter-revolution looks like.

Is My Teen's Behavior Normal?

It's important to differentiate between normal and abnormal behavior in teens before thinking the worst.

How to Adjust Your Parenting Style for the Teen Years

The commanding communication style used when your kids were younger won’t work well when they are adolescents.

A Guide to Choosing the Right Foreign Language for You

The decision of which foreign language to study is an important one and is often one of the first big academic decisions in which the student has some input.

Making an Educated Choice About Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment (a.k.a. concurrent, postsecondary, or joint enrollment) allows students to earn both high school and college credit for a college-level learning experience.

  • Dr. Mark D. McClain |
  • March 09, 2012 |
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Best Micro Businesses for Teenagers

Do you want to encourage your teenager to earn some cash by starting a business? Micro businesses are a great option, because a teenager can make money and learn a lot yet still manage schoolwork and a social life.

Help Your Teenage Son Become a Good Man

If you’re the mother of a teenage son, you may think that he needs you less now than he did when he was younger. But the teen years are a crucial time for you to influence your son...

  • Whitney Hopler, Crosswalk.com Contributor |
  • February 24, 2012 |
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Parenting and Protecting Daughters in America’s Sexual Culture

While it can be unnerving to watch your little girl grow up in America’s sexual culture, take heart and remember: you have the advantage.

  • Dr. Joe McIlhaney, Jr. and Dr. Freda McKissic Bush |
  • February 16, 2012 |
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Getting Control of Anger in Your Child

Whether angry at the world, angry at America, or just a psychopath, 22-year-old Jared Lee Loughner struck out with homicidal anger this past weekend in Tucson. It has become an all too common scene; younger individuals expressing anger by snuffing out the lives of others in public places.

College Tours: When Seeing Is Believing

Can’t your students learn everything they need to know before making the college decision through Web sites, books, and advice? The honest answer is “no.”

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