This post is taken from column, “Better life solutions: ask the life coach” where they answer  questions on career, relationships, personal growth, and more, and  provide valuable insights and guidance.

Question: Dear coach, I am the mother of a twelve-year-old boy, and I’ve been facing parenting challenges recently. My son’s behaving differently since few weeks, and I suspect he might be undergoing some kind of stress, but when I try to talk to him about it, he resists. I had read on your website about life coaching in schools, and I’m wondering if parents can do it too. Can you please help me learn how to be a good coach for my son and support him during this tough time?

Coach’s Insights & Guidance: I can understand your situation completely, and as a parent, it’s natural to want to help your child come out of that struggling phase, and yes I will help you with that because coaching is a great way to offer guidance and support to children.

Parents are the first and most influential teachers in a child’s life, and coaching children can be a powerful way for parents to support their children’s growth and development. Coaching children involves offering personalized guidance, setting goals, and teaching life skills that will serve children well throughout their lives. Being a parent coach, you can … Read more