McRorie Parenting


There’s nothing easy about the teen years…

During adolescence, which can surprisingly start around age 10, children are seeking belonging and acceptance. The need to feel secure, confident and independent which can often result in them pushing their boundaries, communicating less, and what feels like pushing you away. They may be giving you the feeling that they no longer need or want you around anymore.

Sometimes they can behave with maturity, sometimes like can act like a toddler. You’re confused. You’re hurt. You miss them. You’re scared that they might get themselves hurt or in end up in some serious trouble, and all you want is for them to feel safe, secure and loved.

Your following your instincts on this one, and feeling this way is completely normal. These years are challenging, isolating and emotional.

I work with families, just like you, who want a little help figuring things out. I can help you take a look at what’s going on for your children at this time in their life and what you need to do to regain your place as their parent – the one they look to for protection, guidance and unconditional love.

It’s through getting back to that place that they can truly develop into the adult that they think they already are.

Here’s What My Clients Are Saying…

If you want to have a positive relationship with your kids, one where your kids look to you for guidance regardless of what they are dealing with, you should hire Tina. She teaches parents how to have thriving relationships with their kids starting from pregnancy through high school. Call her today, you will NOT regret it!

Ashley M