How to Help Your Defiant Teenage Daughter

By Greenbrier Academy / April 9, 2019

  Teenage defiance and rebellion can be common characteristics associated with adolescent development, but that doesn’t make raising a teenager any easier. During this transformative time, your teenager is becoming more of an individual. You’re bound to have disagreements throughout the maturation process. At what point, however, should you be concerned for your teen and…

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Are Your Teen’s Friends the Problem? How To Know What’s Going On Without Causing a Fight.

By Greenbrier Academy / November 26, 2018

  Adolescence is a time of change. Your teenage daughter is testing her boundaries, learning what she can and cannot do, and finding out who she is. However, she isn’t doing this without peer influence. As she grows older, she may seek out different friends than those she had when she was younger, and those…

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Five Risk Factors of Teen Suicide

By Greenbrier Academy / February 8, 2018

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for tweens and teens between the ages of 10 and 24 in the United States. An average of 17.4 percent of teens decide to take their own life, leaving their parents, family and friends behind, confused and uncertain as to how this all happened. While the number…

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Are You Daughter’s Friends the Problem?

By Greenbrier Academy / July 24, 2017

  Adolescence is a time of change. Your daughter is testing her boundaries, learning what she can and cannot do, and finding out exactly who she is. However, she may not be doing this alone. As she grows older, she may seek out different friends than those she had when she was younger, and those…

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