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NEW in September for Moms of Teens Hosted by Fern Weis, Parent + Family Recovery Coach

Updated: Sep 7, 2023

NEW in September for Moms of Teens Hosted by Fern Weis, Parent + Family Recovery Coach, Bergen County Moms

Hey, moms. September is bringing new programs, events and opportunities for you to up your parenting game. And it's all taking place inside my private FB group, Connected Moms and Teens - click to join.

Here's a sample of what's coming:

1. Two parenting topics each month.

Each one includes a free Quick Guide. There is content to help you take a deeper dive into a new perspective, practice, or tool.

September's topics are

a) Does your teen have strong Emotional Intelligence?

b) Communication do's and don'ts, Part 1.

2. You'll be hearing more about a new group coaching program launching this Fall.

For those who are ready to uplevel your parenting, this is for you!

No more being just a consumer of information. We 're going to support you in bringing out the best in your teen and your relationship, and making parenting easier and more fulfilling. Sound good?

3. A monthly conversation in our FB Room.

This is a virtual room, inside the group. *It cannot be recorded, so you have to be there live. The first Room is Wednesday, September 13th at 11:00am ET.

Bonus of the room? Anyone can participate, not just group members, so invite a mom friend.

What you do now matters. Do something now.

Questions? Email me at

Fern Weis is a certified life coach who learned that caring and good intentions are not enough in parenting. In fact, they are often the problem! Fern supports parents of teens and young adults who are going through difficult situations, including addiction recovery. She helps parents release guilt, end enabling and confidently prepare their children to thrive through life's challenges. Her articles are featured in Thrive Global, Medium, Motherly, The Teen Mentor, and Bergen County Moms.

Learn more about coaching and classes at And then download your free guide, "Five Powerful Steps to Get Your Teen to Talk." For information on Family Recovery programs, visit


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