In 5 Minutes a Day You’ll Learn:
How to Handle Lying
Stop lying in its tracks and promote a more open and honest relationship.
What to Say About Sex, Alcohol, and Drugs
Significantly reduce the chances your teen will make bad decisions in these areas.
Why Your Teen Shuts You Out
And what you can do to get them to open up and let you in again.
Which Myths Are NOT True
We scrutinized all of the common wisdom scientifically and found some surprises.
How to Win Your Teen’s Respect
Get your teen to look up to you, do what you ask, and treat you with deference.
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Featuring 5 World-Class Experts:
The author of Just Listen, the #1 book on listening in the world, Mark is a communication expert who has been named the top psychiatrist in the country. He also trains FBI hostage negotiators on how to have more empathy.
A venture capitalist who has raised over $2 billion for some of the world’s largest corporations, Oren is the international bestselling author of Pitch Anything, which reveals how to use neuroscience to convince people of your ideas.
A leading authority on parenting and child development, Ashley is the author of NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children, which spent an unprecedented 6 months atop the New York Times bestseller list.
A leading expert on social neuroscience, Louis tours the world speaking about how the brain is shaped by social experiences throughout the lifespan. He is a professor, executive coach, and author of 8 books and textbooks.
A top researcher in the field of adolescent risk reduction, Joe has published a staggering 200 peer-reviewed papers, which have been cited thousands of times. His recent work focuses on the influence of parents on teens.
Host of the Course:
Researcher, Parent-Teen Communication & Adolescent Risk Behaviors
A member of Loyola Marymount University’s HeadsUP Labs, Andy Earle studies adolescent risk behaviors and parent-teen communication. After his peer-reviewed research became wildly successful and was featured in media outlets such as the Huffington Post and CNBC, Andy decided to take everything he had learned in his studies and create a resource for busy parents to find out about the latest research on parent-teen communication in just a few minutes per day.
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Includes 10 Interactive Lessons:
There are a few simple steps you can take to dramatically improve your influence with your teen. But for some reason, most parents get these things wrong. The key is to clearly communicate values and expectations.
Arguing and Rebelling
Stop arguments in their tracks and turn moments of rebellion into opportunities to actually make a positive impact on your teenager. It starts with changing the way you think about the role of arguing during the teenage years.
What should parents do to prevent teens from lying? How about if you catch your teen lying to your face? Our experts reveal not all lying is bad. The key is being able to recognize when teens are testing you and respond to these tests properly.
The Irritable Teen
In this lesson we dive into the science of why teens are moody, grumpy, and irritable so often. With the help of the experts, we learn a simple solution to get your teens into a receptive state before trying to start an important conversation.
Time to Talk
How specific should you be when you schedule an important time to talk to your teen? Besteselling author Oren Klaff breaks down the science of frame control and reveals how to get your teens to beg YOU for time to sit down and talk.
Navigating Past No
This lesson looks at parent-teen power struggles. When your teen says “no”, even if he or she says it in a nice way, your response is absolutely critical. Most parents do this wrong. Learn the science of how to bounce back from “no”.
You Just Don’t Get Me!
One of teenagers’ most common complaints is that the adults in their lives don’t understand them. How do you communicate to your teen that you want to get to know them better, even though you might not “get” them sometimes?
It happens to all parents sooner or later; your teenager shuts down and won’t open up to you. All you can get out of him or her is one-word answers, grunts, and shrugs. The techniques to open teens up are surprisingly simple.
Once you master the tools in the first 8 lessons, you need to do something to communicate to your teenager that you have changed and are ready for a dramatically closer relationship. This lesson covers exactly how to do it.
The “Final Exam”
Test your knowledge with a quiz that covers all of the big ideas from every lesson of the course. After each question, a brief video will explain which answer was correct and why. Review vocabulary, practice techniques, and place yourself in various situations while considering how to best respond.