So many times I get requests for readings from new moms. While I love doing readings for babies, it is often even more beneficial for parents to get a reading for their child in the teenage years.
Teenagers are no longer possibilities - they are realities. They are realities bursting forth into the world and strongly making their identification know. They are no longer (or at least should not be) tethered to Mom or Dad. These individuals are beginning the passage into adulthood and starting the journey of finding themselves outside of their family identity.
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Having a reading done for you and your teenager can be enormously helpful for sanity while navigating some pretty rocky waters. If your child suddenly comes home and declares that she no longer needs you or you are no longer the boss of her it can be terribly jarring. And often, in conjunction with the psychological developmental stages of adolescence, key milestones and markers can be seen in a chart.
Having a keen understanding of what your child is going thru and who your child is becoming as they blossom and grow truly can help smooth the transition. Less tears, less yelling and more of a big picture awareness that this too shall pass often soothes those in the crisis of the teenage years.
Sherene Schostak is a Jungian psychotherapist, author and metaphysician who specializes in helping creative artists transform their addictions and blocks. She has been in private practice in New York City for the past 13 years consulting, writing and... read more