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Help your teen develop resilience

What to do for the back to school wobbles

Yes, school has started again, and although there is much Covid still about, for most young ones it is much like a cold. This means that students and teachers are returning to the classrooms – after there has been the best part of a 2 year disruption!

If you are 10 years old, that is a whopping 20% or 1/5th of your life!
If you were my age, 1/5th would mean a 15 year hiatus from a ‘normal’ life.

Therefore it is quite likely that people of all ages are feeling a little wobbly as you start to go back to what you used to do.

What to do about it?

A short while back I had the pleasure of making a video series to go with a new book, ‘The unfair student advantage’ with Michael Tipper. Realising that the strains from school related stressors are a major issue, Michael asked me to share some tips for students, parents and teachers.

Michael Tipper author of ‘The unfair student advantage’

Here is the first of these in ‘Help your teen develop resilience’, this is an overview and there are a further nine videos going into depth.

As a launch special it is £8.00 and it is available in the Mind Chi shop now!

Please let me know if you think this may help you, your teen or teachers.

Chi & I look forward to seeing / hearing from YOU!!!

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