Dear Mom of a Soon-To-Be or Right-in-The-Thick-Of-It Middle Schooler,
For the past 8 years I’ve worked closely with kids in 5th – 8th grade, giving them tools to handle the new, complicated social world of middle school.
From one mom to another, I know understanding this new social scene can be hard for you, too, as you learn to navigate when to “step in” and when to “step out” of your child’s social life.
Have you noticed, kids not only grow up so fast these days, they do it in the weirdest places? Hallways, busses, bathrooms, online…pretty much anywhere you’re not…these are the places where your child will have to make hard decisions about doing the right thing. Wouldn’t it be nice if you knew they had a foolproof process for solving their own problems, so even when you can’t be there your child would have no problem making smart and safe decisions?
Imagine a life where:
• Your son comes to you for support but strives to solve his own problems
• Your daughter consistently steps up to leadership opportunities and steps out of social drama
• You feel confident in helping your child navigate this new social world
• You and your child together find that no problem is unsolvable
I’ve just created a new resource to help moms like you build that life with your middle schooler. It’s called The Problem Solving Path and it’s a quick and easy guide to teaching your child to solve his or her own problems.
I’m so happy to share this important piece of the middle school puzzle with you! Sign up now to the right of this blog to receive your free, instant copy of the guide. From there, middle school only gets easier!
PS: Can’t see a sign up? Must mean you’re already on my list. Don’t worry, the gift is still yours! Just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send it your way!
All my best,