As a parent, your inability or lack of willingness to feel your own emotions when it comes to your teens’ emotions could be the very thing holding them back from having the self-confidence they need to accomplish the work God has sent them to earth to do.

On today’s episode of the podcast, coach Cheree Murdock discusses the reasons she feels teens need more self-confidence, what parents can do to make sure their teens have it, and why the world so desperately needs more self-confident teenagers. Cheree believes you can never have too much self-confidence and she’s on a mission to help every teen she can gain as much of it as possible. Come have a listen on today’s podcast so that you can learn how to help your teen gain the self-confidence they so desperately need and deserve.

Takeaways:

 

Discussion Points:

  1. On a scale of 1-10 (10 being the highest) how would you rate your self-confidence and the self-confidence of your teenager? What do you believe is the number one thing that contributes to that number?
  2. When you talk to yourself, what are the things you usually say? What is something you could do to make your self-talk more positive?
  3. If you could not be afraid of the emotions your teen experiences, how would you show up differently as a parent?

Resources:

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The Model Podcast Episode

Clubhouse:

To continue the conversation with Cheree, please join us on Clubhouse October 28th @ 1pm MDT. Click HERE for the link.