Why a Teen Doc? Why Dr. O?

 

Teens are the healthiest group of all the ages. Their mortality is not caused by cancer or hunger, but their own ability to create dangerous situations. The leading causes of teen death are preventable and that prevention begins with their connection to those who love them. If you want to know more about how to connect with your teen, solve any problems you are having with your teen, or you don’t have a teen, but work with them, then you’ve come to the right place. Your concern is my passion and there are few things more amazing than turning that difficulty into a joy!

 

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Dr. O’s Blog on Parenting Teens

5 july,2017
How are you ever going to get a job? Have a family? How are you ever going to live without me telling you what to do?! Ahhhhhh! Guess what? They will. Sure, that’s easy for me to say. I haven’t...
teen growth
5 july,2017
There is nothing like knowing you have served your time. You have paid your debt to society and now you are free to start over. Only two things stand between this freedom. You and your teen’s thoughts. Forgiveness is like...
hold a grudge
5 july,2017
Intention is a great place to start with anything and this includes parenting your teen. When you get that call that your teen was caught misbehaving or didn't do what you asked them to do and you asked TEN times,...
remind you of failure

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