"I don't know how to explain our financial situation to my teenage son?"

"I don't know how to explain our financial situation to my teenage son?"

Are your kids driving you wild? Is your husband just not paying attention to you? Then you're at the right place. Welcome to the #BadMomsClub!

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Carol Ofori is a proud mother, so she understands that raising a child is no small feat.

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As much as you love your kids, things aren't always easy.

But not all parental issues are a result of children being naughty.

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You might be experiencing issues as a parenting team or maybe other problem areas in your life are affecting your parenting?

Much like the issue we received today:

"My 15-year-old son has found out that his friends are getting much more pocket money than he does. 

He’s become moody and resentful and refuses to help around the house. 

He says we don’t pay him enough. How do I explain that there just isn’t enough money at the moment? 

Bad Moms Club, please help."

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As always, we have advice from the hilarious Thenjiwe, the lawyer turned comedian who is also one of the most highly recognised and popular South African stand-up comedians on the road today. Follow her hilarity here

Take a listen to hear from Thenjiwe as well as a listener who has some experience with this situation:

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...BUT WAIT! Turns out there's a bit of a plot twist!

Although we received some great advice from Thenjiwe, it's time to really address the issue at hand. 

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Today we welcome Ayanda Tetyana, an educational specialist and parent coach, who has a passion for working with children.

She's completed her studies in Early Childhood Development and is currently completing her Everyday Parenting certificate with Yale University online.

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She is also running her own company - Tswelopele Kids Inc, which focuses on empowering parents with coaching tools and support.

She's here to offer some true insight into the parental problems that make their way onto the #BadMomsClub:

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