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They say princes learn no art truly but the art of horsemanship.  The reason is the brave beast is no flatterer.  He will throw a prince as soon as his groom.

(Ben Jonson)


Some parents pride themselves in seeing how independent their offspring has become and tend to take this independence for granted. Other parents feel desperate, sometimes outraged, when they are confronted with the typical teenage ‘mental growing pains’.

No parent however should underestimate how fragile teenagers really are. It’s not because they ACT all tough and grown up, that they ARE tough and grown up. Teenagers often don’t show or say how they really feel inside, or what they are really thinking and going through. Sometimes that’s simply because they feel like doing so, sometimes it’s because they don’t know themselves what they are feeling, thinking or doing, or why they are feeling, thinking, talking, acting the way they do. Sometimes it's their way to protest. 

Coaching sessions with horses can do miracles to bring back balance in the life of your teenager.

If you notice an alarming change in behavior or a different attitude that worries you – don’t hesitate and give Equiboost a call. The horses can help.


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