teens

Tips for Parent-Teen Bonding

When my children were little, I would envision the teenage years with trepidation. I remembered all I had put my parents through, and was...

Teens and Voting

During the 2016 Election, less than half of 18- and 19-year olds registered to vote, even though young voters account for almost half of...

Teens & Tweens: Return to School or Not?

For Cincinnati mom Katie Bradley, deciding whether to send her kids back to school has been stressful. With three kids, in first and eighth...

Starting the Conversation

Discussions on racial inequities can be difficult. Many people struggle with these conversations, often having no idea where to start or what to say....

Coronavirus and College

Starting college is hard. And because we’re living during a pandemic, incoming college freshmen will enter college at a time of uncertainty. Although many...

Adulting 101

As a teenager, Nicole Winrod’s mother would have her schedule her own doctor’s appointments and run errands. Once she was allowed a little independence,...

Teens and Climate Change 

Caroline Skwara, a Cincinnati high school senior, is passionate about climate change. As the current state lead for the Ohio Youth Climate Strike, she...

Only the Lonely 

For most parents, teenage loneliness is difficult to decipher. So, they worry. Maybe your son is spending too much time in his room, and...

Rock the Vote 

As a kid growing up in small-town Ohio, Jen Miller, executive director of the League of Women Voters Ohio, would walk with her parents...

A Giving Teen

At a young age, Sarah McDaniel’s daughter lost her left eye to cancer. While the tragedy was a painful time for the McDaniel family,...

on stands now

on stands now

X
X