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Alex Urbina - Life Leadership

    Editorial: You Like Being Protected, But Are You Willing To Be Served

    By: Alex Urbina

    One night Dave and Cyndi from Saugus are awoken from their sleep to a doorbell ring at 2 a.m., there standing on the porch is two police officers. Soon after Dave and Cyndi open the door they quickly find out that their 16-year-old daughter has been arrested for involuntary manslaughter.

    Editorial: Understanding Your Teen's Needs w/ Video

    By Alex Urbina

    After 17 years of service delivering one of the most powerful, emotional and inspirational leadership trainings for teens in the world, I have learned a few things.

    Editorial: The Extraordinary Parenting

    BY ALEX URBINA / Host of KHTS' "Life Leadership" on Monday, 1-2 p.m.

    Have you ever wondered how good of a parent you are? In today’s advanced world of technology and the many distractions you are faced with on a daily basis, it’s very easy to rest on your laurels as a parent and think that you are doing a pretty good job; until it’s too late.

    What separates the average and ordinary parent from the extraordinary parent?

    Surviving The Holidays

    By Alex Urbina

    Far too often we look forward to having an incredible Thanksgiving with the people that we love most, only to be disappointed with the outcome. We spend weeks visualizing this amazing day where every one of our family members comes together to share our love and gratitude for one another; when it’s finally over, we realize that it looked nothing like the way we expected it to.

    My Teenager Appears Distant

    BY ALEX URBINA / Host of KHTS' "Life Leadership" on Monday, 1-2 p.m.

    Cindy from Saugus, CA writes;

    Q: My teenage daughter seems distant from the family, it seems like she might be a little depressed. She is a good kid, her grades have not fallen but she just mopes around the house and does not engage with the rest of the family as much as she used to. What can I do to help her?

    A: First off, I want to acknowledge you for being aware and noticing that something does not seem normal with your daughter’s usual behavior pattern.