YouthZone offers classes in parenting
YouthZone is offering several parenting classes in April and May. They include:Redirecting Children’s BehaviorThis is a powerful course that teaches practical parenting skills to use right away to create more peace at home. You will learn how to build self-esteem, develop mutual respect, eliminate power struggles and feel calmer/enjoy being a parent.The class is being offered in Basalt from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, April 11 through May 16, at Basalt Middle School, 51 School St. There will also be classes in Glenwood from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays, April 10 through May15, at the YouthZone Office, 803 School St.; and from 9-11 a.m. Wednesdays, April 12 through May 17, at Mountain View Church (next to Buffalo Valley). Parenting Teens Through Moods and AttitudesThis course provides seven steps to re-establishing authority and reclaiming lost love within the family. Learn the real reasons for teen misbehavior, troubleshoot future problems, and mobilize outside help. You will learn how to create consequences to stop any misbehavior, write an ironclad contract that works, restore closeness with your teen, and not escalate into an argument with your teen.The class is being offered in Glenwood from 6-9 p.m. Tuesdays, April 11 through May 16, at the YouthZone Office, 803 School St.; and in Rifle from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays, April 17 through May 22, at the YouthZone Office, 136 E. 12th St.Call to sign up: 945-9300, 920-5702, or 625-3141.
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Guest commentary: Recovering our friend from Crystal River was something we had to do; he would have done the same for us
I’m writing these words in the aftermath of the death of our friend in an attempt to make some sense of the last few days, as well as to tell the details of the events up to and after Chason Russell’s death on the Crystal River.