Then and Now with Parenting Teenagers
Center for Parent and Teen Communication
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When my daughter was born, I was in a coma for about five days. When I woke, I held her in my arms with so much joy that it scared me. I did not know how to change a diaper. Reading the package was the only way I learned how to change her diaper. When I looked into her eyes, that chubby little face, beautiful little button nose that I kissed for the very first time, I knew then that our love would be infinite. She has always been a very beautiful girl. Stubborn without a doubt, set on a path that she never wavered from. She has always known what she has wanted and very head strong.
You have given me the ability to know that you and I can absolutely learn that then, You were a little bit of a hand full. Now, you still are, but not as mischief. You’ve still got that strong set mind and ability to be anything you dream and want to be.
For all of the parents out there that are raising your own teens, there is the CPTC. CPTC is Center for Parent and Teen Communication. Dr. Ken Ginsburg helps us to see the moments of babies to seeing it in their teen years. The saying, “There is no instruction book for raising children.”, isn’t true by any means now. We can all use this little bit of guidance.
What are you favorite memories of you children, then and now? What were some of your proudest moments?
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