Easier Parenting Launches Free Online Course for Parents of Middle School Teens

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Two enthusiastic parents have created a free online parenting course for parents of Junior High/Middle School teens and designed especially to make parenting easier in this hectic 21st century.

Two enthusiastic parents have created an online parenting course for parents of Junior High/Middle School teens and designed especially to make parenting easier in this hectic 21st century. The free online e-course, entitled "Easier Parenting Your Middleschooler in Just 5 Minutes a Week", sends a single article or video each week to a subscriber's email inbox for 52 weeks, giving parents of Junior High/Middle Schoolers an easy framework to become more effective parents.

Nitsan and Caroline Gaibel, parents of four children, developed this e-course to solve their own parenting issues with their Middle Schoolers. Even after trying books, tapes and expensive parenting therapists the Gaibels still found themselves struggling with parenting problems. Where was a solution that was not expensive, convenient and offered wise advice from experienced parenting experts? And most importantly, it had to be pinpointed to the specific problems of parenting Middle Schoolers.

The Internet seemed a perfect place to look, right? Surprise! The web has millions of excellent parenting articles but sifting through them all and finding the exact ones that are relevant is lengthy and exhausting drudgery.

Nitsan and Caroline edited the fruits of their labors into this e-course, which they now offer free, online, to save other parents hundreds of hours of labor and frustration and to make parenting easier and more effective.

"Easier Parenting Your Middleschooler in Just 5 Minutes a Week" is designed to answer the specific needs of parents of Junior High/Middle Schoolers in our hectic present-day reality:
1- Focusing exclusively on Junior High/Middle Schoolers
2- Sending a single short article or video to a subscriber's email inbox so that a parent can take in an expert's advice in a short break of five minutes net time.
3- Each resource is prefaced by a clean page without ads or distractions, with a short video and a warm-up paragraph to focus the parent beforehand.
4- Then the parent is offered 2 simple action plans as a practical focus towards applying the article or video immediately.
5- The course contains 52 resources arranged in a special sequence to insure success, beginning with actions that are easiest to apply, then progressing gradually towards the more challenging actions.

"Easier Parenting Your Middleschooler in Just 5 Minutes a Week" presents top experts advising on how to approach your Junior High/Middle School teen in all the key topics, such as: about sex, drugs, peer pressure, bullying, safety on the internet, effective listening, parental authority and more.

This e-course also comes with an additional series of 11 more resources connected to school and vacations, touching on issues such as: organizing a study space, preparing for tests, how to get the most out of parent-teacher meetings, how help a child structure free time.

"Easier Parenting Your Middleschooler in Just 5 Minutes a Week" is available for immediate download for free at http://www.easierparentingmiddleschool.com. This e-course updates periodically and is the first part of a range of support for the parents, soon to include an e-book, blog, forum, and monthly Q&A Teleseminars with experts, beginning in March, 2008.

About EasierParentingMiddleSchool.com:
Nitsan and Caroline Gaibel are parents to four children. Nitsan is a mediator and film maker. Caroline is a musician and movement therapist. After all their hours of diligent research and frustration to find the best parenting resources, they sifted out the very best and wanted share their discoveries with other parents on their website Easier Parenting.

Contact:
Nitsan Gaibel
EasierParenting.com
781-784-9960
nitsan @ easierparentingmiddleschool.com
http://www.easierparentingmiddleschool.com

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