Opening communication with teens and tweens

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Opening communication with teens and tweens

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The way I get my teen and tween to open up and communicate with me is by, one, I talk about my experiences and myself; which then opens them up to tell me about their experiences or what's happening with their friends. So we have an open communication going and they are more comfortable talking to me, after I've talked with them about what's happening with me. The other thing I do is have conversations card. If we are at the dinner table or we are waiting in line at Disney Land. The conversation cards just have interesting questions, which leads your kids to telling you stuff about themselves that you never knew. I've learned a lot about my kids from conversation cards.

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Linda Perry

"Peachhead" Mom

Linda was born and raised in Venice, California, and has always been an active member of the community. She has worked for the same law firm since 1985, and started Peachhead as a hobby in 1997. She currently lives in Venice with her husband and two daughters. 

In addition to being the sole creator of Peachhead Familes, she was personally selected by Nintendo as their "Ambassador Mom" when they introduced the Wii gaming system (USA Today). She  has also been selected to be on the Parenting Team Advisory board for the DisneyFamily.com website, and was chosen to be an Alpha Mom for Broadway Theatre in Los Angeles. Linda has been featured on the Today Show and in The New York Times. In order to ensure online connections become more personal, Linda also hosts periodic "Peachhead Days" and Moms Nights Out.In her free time, Linda likes to read, exercise, and go to the beach. She is a charter member of two book clubs, loves to travel, and enjoys going out with her family and friends. Her motto is "lovin' life." 

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