Courtney Adamo is a mother of five with kids aged 5 to 17 who has been working in the parenting lifestyle arena for the past 15 years.  Here are her tips on how to show love and connection with your tweens and teens!

Teenagers don’t always make it easy to love on them; in fact, they can sometimes make it really, really difficult. But I don’t know a single teenager who doesn’t want to feel loved by their parents (even if they don’t admit it!). It’s one thing to say ‘I love you’ to them at bedtime or when they’re walking out the door, but teens really respond to the moments of connection and consideration from their parents — the things you do to show them you love them.  They want to feel like their opinions are valued, they want to feel appreciated for trying, and they want to know you love them unconditionally.

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