Balance Love and Discipline for Healthy Relationships with your Teens by 180Parenting

Published on June 14, 2014 offers Parents a 6 part videos Parenting Course called 180 Parenting.

Are you frustrated with your teenager or even younger children? Are they defiant, disrespectful and not following house rules? Maybe the problem isn’t that big but you’re looking for advice on how to be a better parent?

180Parenting covers all the bases and shows Parents how to take control of the situation in a positive, constructive way.

We have taken excerpts from our video course and uploaded them here to YouTube. If you like them, please visit for the complete videos and parenting course.

This is the 1st of 4 sample clips from the 2nd video in the series titled “Balancing Love with Discipline”.

Parents sometimes get confused over what the word relationship means. In my experience there are right kinds of relationships and there are wrong kinds of relationships. The wrong kind of relationship is where the parent is more concerned about being liked by the child than being credible or more concerned about being accepted and approved by the child than being respected. Another vital part of having the right kind of relationship with our children is that we need to be very nurturing. There are those who believe that if you have a lot of rules and a lot of expectations you’re just going to make your kids rebel and they will end up as juvenile delinquents. If that were really the case then there would be an extremely high rate of juvenile delinquency among the Amish, which is not the case. is part of a non-profit organization that help parents learn how to be better parents.