With the emergence of technology in the present time, communication between people has become easier and faster. With the use of cell phones, we are able to reach out to other people to ask about them or let them know what we’re up to through text messages and calls. Today, people of all ages are into sending text messages, most specially teenagers.
However, we hear so many negative things about texting and others say it can affect developing relationships. Though some of those can be true, you can still use texting for good by sending your teenage children positive messages.
Dads usually leave the house early and spend most of their time at work while the teenage children are in school. Since you don’t have much time to spend with one another, sending your teens some inspiring and motivational text messages can help them get through a stressful day at school.
It is in the teenage years where children experience different things and go through different challenges while growing up. As a dad, it’s also your responsibility to look after them and comfort them whenever they are going through things. So, even if you’re busy at work, sending them positive text messages everyday will not take much of your time, but it can go a long way. If you want to practice the habit of texting your teens, here are some positive text message ideas you can use.
- I was thinking of you today and it made me smile.
- Always remember that you are amazing and talented. You are given a great gift by God.
- If you need someone to talk to and to listen to you, I’m here for you.
- You are an incredible young man/woman. I am proud to be your dad.
- Of all the dads in the world, I’m happy that I get to be yours.
- Trust your ideas; they’re brilliant.
- It’s okay for you to take your time.
- Remember to trust your emotional intuition.
- You are so strong.
- If ever things didn’t go the way you’ve expected today, remember that you still gave your best. Way to go!
- I am always proud of you.
- I apologize if I made you feel bad the other day. I was wrong. I hope you’ll forgive me.
- Know that I am always here for you.
- I saw some pictures of you on my phone and it made me think of how lucky I am to be your dad.
- I am honored to be your dad.
- It inspires me to see you stand up for what is right.
- Even when you make a mistake, remember that you are still beautiful.
- Thinking of you as my son/daughter always make me smile.
- I am always grateful that you’re in my life.
- You are one of my most favorite people.
- I’m proud of the hard work you’ve been doing recently. I’m certain that it will pay off!
- Have you tried counting your blessings for today? I did and you’re high on my list!
- If you’re having a difficult time today, remember that nothing is too hard for God.
- Even when there are times that we don’t agree, always remember that I’m here for you and I’m always on your side.
- Your friends are blessed to have you as their friend.
- Being your dad is one of the great joys of my life.
- You are going to make a great wife/husband/mom/dad in the future.
- If you feel that no one believes in your capabilities, remember that I’m your greatest fan. I will always cheer you on!
- I’m glad that you’re my son/daughter.
- I love you, always.
Teenage years are the times when your children need more of your support and assurance to be able to accomplish their goals. That’s why it’s important to talk to them every once in a while to know the things going on in their lives whether in school or with their friends.
Being busy at work is not an excuse to forget reaching out to them. Even if you’re busy, you can still let them know that you care and you got their backs whenever they will have struggles by sending them simple text messages. We hope these text message ideas will be useful for you in inspiring and motivating your teenagers.