Communicating With Teens Educational and Parenting Articles

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Expert advice from a school psychologist on understanding your high schooler.
How to communicate with your teen. Why communication with your high school aged child is important and parenting tips.
Word to parents: your teens can't avoid peer pressure, but you can teach them decision-making skills to soften the damage.
Are you having difficulty talking to your teenager?  Here's expert parenting advice to make it a little easier for both you and your child.
Here is expert advice on how to talk to your teen about bullying.
Do today's teens have what it takes to make ethical decisions?
Transitioning from high school to college poses a major shift for everyone.  There are ways to relieve both your separation anxiety and your child's stress.
Shoplifting is sometimes viewed as an adolescent rite of passage, albeit an illegal one. What should you do if you child is caught?
Many teens experience depression, family conflicts, or feelings of isolation. Here's your guide to finding the right kind of help for your struggling teen.
Here are some tips to help you hear what your child is really saying (and not saying) the next time something's bothering him.
For lots of teens, a messy room is a badge of honor.  Here's how to get your teen to keep a clean living space.
Here's some advice from the experts on the serious issue of self-harm, a teen trend on the rise.
There are several ways of improving how you get along with a teen, and one of the most important is active listening.
What's behind the increasing levels of prescription drug abuse among adolescents, even as levels of drinking, smoking, and use of 'street drugs' has fallen?
Here are tips for involving your child in the curfew setting process.
Realistic fiction deals with many complex problems and situations, from understanding sexual orientation to dealing with family problems.
The pressure to conform isn't necessarily negative.
Should you feel like a bad parent if you find out your child has submitted to, or taken part in, peer pressure?
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