Ep. 56 Stop Making it about You. Interview with Nate Web at Bullies be Gone.

When we make our teen’s words and actions mean something about us, we suffer. Not only do we suffer, but then we parent from that unhappy place and that doesn’t usually turn out so well for anyone… Want help getting off of the hamster wheel of pain? In this episode I mix it up by guesting on another podcast. It was so much fun to talk to Nate and I think you’ll love it, too.

Nate Web is a speaker and professional school counselor who specializes in bullying and resiliency. From his own experiences being bullied as a kid, and from his studies as a professional school counselor, Nate founded Bullies Be Gone, a media platform to help empower kids to get over bullies, get off social media, and to love their lives. Nate is PASSIONATE about helping kids see their worth, and speaks all around to help save the kids. To learn more about Nate, you can visit him at Bulliebgone.com or on Instagram @bulliesbe.gone 

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I can teach you how to give up the guilt and improve your relationship with your teen or young adult. I am trained to listen to my clients in a unique way and locate the root of the problem. I never tell you what you should do, but rather help you see more clearly so that you can decide what is best for you.

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