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Cumming, GA – It's natural for teenagers to push their boundaries. It's a time in their lives when they're becoming more and more independent and they're treated like they're not independent. Teens need to assert this independence while parents need to assert their authority. It can be a struggle. Denise Holloway is a Certified Professional Coach and the founder of Life Unltd., a coaching practice that specializes in teens and parents of teens, taking them from fear and frustration to joy and appreciation. ?I truly believe that the limits we see, feel and believe are self-imposed,? says Holloway. ?That's the unlimited part. I love helping others break through those limits. What is it that you really want and what does that look like? I get the biggest charge from working with people who are confused and overwhelmed." Holloway developed a passion for coaching teenagers following her experience with her son, a junior in high school at the time who simply would not wake up to go to school. Every morning they would go through this same process: she would tell him to wake up; within half an hour, a fight would ensue. ?One day we had one of our usual morning,? recalls Holloway. ?I went back to the reading I was doing for the coaching program, a book called The Mastery of Love by Don Miquel Ruiz. I realized every word out of my mouth with my son had been about fear. At that point I decided to step back and come from a place of love and not fear. ?That's always been behind the interest of being involved more with teenagers. I just had a lot of sympathy and empathy for parents and teenagers because it is a tough time for them. People don't give teenagers enough credit for who they are so it's a passion of mine to help them.?
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