"My daughter thinks cheating is the only way to get into a good college. How do I help her stay motivated?"

We have a very interesting question for this week's Tips on Teens that deals with the recent scandals surrounding college admissions. How would you deal with a teen who essentially gives up because of the unfairness in admissions that has been exposed? Kent is here to share his professional opinion. Here’s the question:

"My daughter is starting to give up on school. She’s always been a good student, but she’s falling behind this semester. She says she’ll never get to a good college because the only way to get there is by cheating. She thinks that the recent college admissions scandal is how people get to good universities. I’m trying to convince her that with hard work she can get to the schools that she likes, but she can’t just give up. How do I help her stay motivated?"

Blog #50: "My daughter thinks cheating is the only way to get into a good college. How do I help her stay motivated?"

“My daughter thinks cheating is the only way to get into a good college. How do I help her stay motivated?"

“My daughter thinks cheating is the only way to get into a good college. How do I help her stay motivated?" For more info and past videos, please visit www.TeenTherapyCenter.com or join the conversation in our Facebook group Tips on Teens We have a very interesting question for this week's #TipsOnTeens that deals with the recent scandals surrounding college admissions. How would you deal with a teen who essentially gives up because of the unfairness in admissions that has been exposed? Kent is here to share his professional opinion. Here’s the question: "My daughter is starting to give up on school. She’s always been a good student, but she’s falling behind this semester. She says she’ll never get to a good college because the only way to get there is by cheating. She thinks that the recent college admissions scandal is how people get to good universities. I’m trying to convince her that with hard work she can get to the schools that she likes, but she can’t just give up. How do I help her stay motivated?" To contact us by phone or email, please visit http://www.TeenTherapyCenter.com/Contact-Us #MentalHealth #CollegeScandals #UnfairAdmissions #TeenCollege #CollegeAdmissions #Parenting #ParentingQuestions

Posted by Teen Therapy Center on Wednesday, March 27, 2019

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