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Getting Your Teen on the Right Path to College
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Dan Evertsz, Patrick Larkin



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There is much to be considered in choosing to go to college, from cost and time required, to job prospects after graduation. Tune in as we review the bases that should be covered.


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Teen and School Sports: What Parents Need to Know
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Chris Koutures, MD, FAAP, Ugo Uche



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In this segment we look at the issues parents should consider around teen school sports.


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Teaching Teens To Be Grateful: Why It Matters
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Giacomo Bono, Ph.D, Dr. Jann Gumbiner



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A spirit of gratitude can go a long way as a teen develops. In this segment we take a look at how gratitude can be taught to teens and why it's so important.

 

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Temper Tantrums: Helping Teens Develop Self Control
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Dr. Walsh and Jann Gumbiner



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Understanding teen brain development is critical to managing teen tantrums and helping them develop self control. Learn more...

 

 

 

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When Teens Use Sarcasm: What It Means and How to Respond to It
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Dr. Vicki Panaccione, Nancy Blair



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Few things are more irritating to parents than a teen's sarcastic retort. Our guests provided guidance for understanding why teens use sarcasm and the best ways to respond.

 

 

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