It’s that time of the year again: school is up and running, the holidays are coming up and anxiety is on the rise in both kids and families. That’s why we decided to rerelease our favorite and most listened-to podcast episode today. It’s the one we send out to our clients the most because we know how helpful it is.
Today’s generation of teens is incredibly accepting of each other, and families, parents are more accepting too. Both this and even the pandemic have resulted in kids coming out earlier than even a few years ago.
But what’s the best way to respond when your kid (or your friend’s kid) comes out to you?
Pandemic-related grief, we’re all experiencing it in our own way. Today, Virginia Family Therapy’s very own Jesse Dice is on the Pod to tell us all about the how and why.
This week we’re speaking directly to the teens.
If you’re dreading going to school, school feels empty, you’re feeling disconnected from friends or socializing and school in general are feeling hard, we want you to know that this is completely normal and you’re not alone.
Surprise, surprise: we’re bringing Jason Frishman back on today!
In the Journeyman Foundation, Jason’s coaching group for fathers, Jason and the other fathers talk about how daily life is an adventure and fatherhood a journey. Lucky for us, Jason will be sharing his favorite tools to stay connected with your families so you can start applying these things at home today.