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Talking to Your Tweens and Teens When They Question Their Beliefs

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As our children grow, they naturally push for more control over their own lives. Growing independence and natural curiosity may bring them to question why the family believes what we believe. They might even reach the point of changing or abandoning beliefs held dear. How do we, as parents, keep emotions in check and constructively engage our kids in a conversation about our beliefs? How might we turn a potential minefield into blessings in disguise?Join Guest Host Stephen Kotev and returning guest, Janet Bonnin, owner of Fine-Tuned Families and founder of the Families of The Way Christian ministry, for a fascinating and courageous conversation on beliefs. We’ll look at how to respectfully and lovingly share what is in our minds and hearts while giving our children the space to seek answers to the questions they have.

Janet Bonnin is a trained and accredited Life Coach, life-long Christian, dedicated wife and mother of three great kids. Her Families of The Way ministry program provides parents opportunities to foster spiritual growth in their children, learn to parent more effectively, and strengthen family teamwork and unity.

Janet has been working with busy parents since 2000. Trained as a Life Coach at the Coaches Training Institute, and certified by the International Coach Federation, she has turned her passion for helping busy people into a career coaching moms and dads.

 

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