Around 85 percent of a person's career advancement is because of his or her personality and the ability to relate to others, so learning positive social skills in school is very important. Parents often ignore this aspect of their child's development.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
The Popular Teen, owned and operated by high school teacher David Bennett and counselor Jonathan Bennett, has launched the email subscription service, "Your Successful Kid," targeting parents who want to help their kids learn positive social skills.
Bennett and Bennett are also authors of "The Teen Popularity Handbook," with over 250 pages of advice on topics as diverse as making friends and resisting bullies. They both have Bachelor's Degrees from Ohio University, and Master's Degrees from Emory University, and over twenty years of combined experience in teaching and counseling.
The subscription service "Your Successful Kid" delivers 2-3 emails a week to subscribers' inboxes, with simple tips and motivational stories to help parents help their kids improve their social lives.
David Bennett explains, "Teens that have positive social skills are not only happier in high school, but these skills translate to achievement later in life. Around 85 percent of a person's career advancement is because of his or her personality and the ability to relate to others, so learning positive social skills in school is very important. Parents often ignore this aspect of their child's development, to the child's detriment."
Bennett and Bennett hope the service will expand their readership and provide help to millions of teens who struggle socially and academically.
About The Popular Teen
Established in 2012, The Popular Teen offers consulting, talks, and educational resources to help teens develop the attitude and social skills to become more confident, successful, and popular. thepopularteen.com
About Your Successful Kid
"Your Successful Kid" is an email subscription service delivering actionable tips and motivation to parents, to help them help their kids develop positive social skills. yoursuccessfulkid.com