For parents and guardians…
It’s hard to watch the people you care most about struggle, and it’s natural to want to “fix” things. But for teens, “fixing” implies they’re broken…and it is often experienced as a lot of being talked at instead of listened to.
BeHerd helps change this dynamic by encouraging your teen to share how they’re feeling in a way that feels safe, supported, and controlled. It allows them to ask for your help on their terms, in their words, and as they need it.
And the daily check-ins aren’t just for your kids. Creating your own herd that includes your kids and loved ones, then sharing how you’re feeling with them, will promote honesty and trust and drive improved communication. At a time when we’re busy with work, life, school, and extracurricular activities, it’s the dinner-table, how-was-your-day conversation we too often miss but need.