Teenagers often need help, even if they can’t say so. It usually shows up as them “misbehaving” according to their school or their parents. They can be rebellious, depressed, confused, doing poorly in school or a myriad of other symptoms.
No matter what their behavior says, the truth is that they need help. They need to be listened to. They need to be heard. And they need a safe way to express themselves.
Ultimately, they need help in learning how to communicate more effectively and, by doing so, learn how to build deeper relationships.
Parents are always looking for a way to engage with their kids. Open conversation and laughing brings families closer together. Here’s a great tool that will help moms, dads and even therapists learn what’s happening with these kids. This game also lets the teenagers know more about their parents which allows them to feel the connection. Families can relate better, deepen their bonds, discover family values and have fun at the same time. Family game night takes on new meaning with Do Tell.
This game truly is a nice break from the ordinary games families play. It helps members spend good quality time and get to know each other. Families can have fun watching everyone use their own techniques to demonstrate things and reveal things about themselves. Parents and therapists will be surprised to find out important things that they did not know.
Everybody knows how closed up teens and pre-tweens can be. With this family game they will come to life and share away in a way that does not make the adults seem like they are prying or being nosey. And this is one of the most important benefits of playing this game.
Whether you’re a parent or a therapist, there is teenager help right here. Try it in your counseling office or for family game night. It comes in a beautifully designed box and can be delivered right to your door. The best part is that it promises a place for you and your teens to connect on a deeper level. Try it - you’ll like it!