30 Apr

What to Say To Your Teen When You Find Them “Sexting”

Teenage sexting and other issues–

How do you handle them when it’s someone you care about or for whom you have responsibility?

This communication skills training course episode deals with finding out that someone you care about (and/or have responsibility for) is doing something you think is horrible  (OK, so you just found your teenager’s sexting diaries. Or maybe you just found out your star employee is “borrowing” office supplies. Maybe your best friend is having a little too much fun Friday nights.)

What do you say when you find out someone you care about is engaging in behavior that is totally unacceptable?

In today’s episode, Dan teaches you just that.


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