A collection of my most popular webinars for tweens, teens and parents
Parenthood is a wonderful journey…
it’s not always easy. In fact, it can feel pretty overwhelming sometimes.
One day your child is a happy, bright-eyed wonder, and the next, the weight of the world is on their shoulders - friendship dramas, schoolwork struggles, and the all-important question of where to sit at lunch.
It’s no wonder their school bag feels so heavy!
These problems often come out of nowhere and leave you clambering for answers, but here’s what you need to know:
You don’t have to have it all figured out.
I know that the answers can seem impossible to find, especially because your relationship with your son or daughter is so unique (who else would laugh at all of your inside jokes?)...
But they’re out there - I promise.
Sometimes you (and your tween or teen) just need a little extra support as you go through the highs and lows of growing together.
Here’s everything included in the bundle...
This webinar features six tips on navigating the highs and lows of friendship in the teen and tween years (years 4 to 8) plus a PDF workbook to complete with your girl.
Do you want a truly unbreakable parent-child bond? This webinar will give you four easy ways to connect (or reconnect) with your son or daughter so that you’re ready to guide them into the teen years and beyond.
Texting is a brilliant way for your child to stay connected with friends, but it can also be an emotional MINEFIELD (understatement!). This webinar will show you how to dial up the fun without the drama.
Learning how to set strong boundaries is the key to great relationships. This webinar will help you start conversations with your son or daughter about her boundaries and how they can communicate them with strength and kindness.
Making authentic friendships and positive connections is a key part of school life.
This webinar will teach your son or daughter HOW to develop healthy friendships.
Is your son or daughter coming up against more than your fair share of nasty kids at school? This webinar will give them the tools to handle those one-off snarky behaviours from other kids in the schoolyard or classroom.
It’s okay to change friendship groups but the key is to do it without blowing the situation up and causing utter chaos. This webinar discusses moving friendship groups with the goal of dialling down the drama and leaving everyone’s feelings in tact.
From learning how to find friends and strengthen those bonds to noticing the red flags and green flags in friendship this webinar is designed to help kids get clear on what a good friendships looks and feels like.
Schoolyard drama might seem like an unavoidable part of life, but it doesn’t have to be! This webinar covers four strategies for escaping the drama cyclone (and gossip) at school in one piece.
ABOUT REBECCA SPARROW
Over the past 25 years Rebecca Sparrow has been a travel writer, a magazine editor, a newspaper columnist, a TV scriptwriter and a novelist. She is perhaps best-known as the author of three best-selling non-fiction books for teenage girls designed to help them navigate those tricky high school years. Those books include Find Your Tribe (and 9 other things I wish I'd known in high school); Find Your Feet (The 8 things I Wish I'd Known Before I Left High School) and the best-selling Ask Me Anything (heartfelt answers to 65 anonymous questions from teenage girls). Aside from writing books Rebecca writes for Mamamia and plays agony aunt to teenage girls on the Ask Me Anything podcast. Bec talks to thousands of high school students every year about friendship, resilience, giving back and life online. Rebecca is an ambassador for The Pyjama Foundation and #TeamGirls a joint initiative by Suncorp, and Netball Australia. In 2018 she was invited to be a member of the Queensland Government’s Anti-Cyber Bullying Taskforce. She is a mother to three kids (including one tween girl!).
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- 6 Friendship Lessons For Tweens and Teens
- Unbreakable: 4 Tips to Forge Strong Connections With Your Tween or Teen
- 5 Rules for Texting/Messaging for Tweens and Teens
- Setting Personal Boundaries
- 7 Tips on Making Friends at School
- How to Avoid Drama Cyclones
- How to Handle Mean Kids
- How to Change Friendship Groups
- Friendship Reset