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Here are some ways to deal with a teen who talks back and shows disrespect.
Remember that parents were once graduates too! Celebrate your child's graduation by throwing a 'throw back' party that pays homage to the year you graduated.
Parenting is tough work. What should you expect from a teenager in terms of manners? Here's what's reasonable for a high schooler, and how to teach it.
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.
Expert advice from a school psychologist on understanding your high schooler.
Here are tips for involving your child in the curfew setting process.
Do today's teens have what it takes to make ethical decisions?
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.
Regardless of which parent it falls to to explain relationships and sex to your son, it's an important discussion to have that will benefit your family for years to come.
How to communicate with your teen. Why communication with your high school aged child is important and parenting tips.
Your teen is poised for collegiate success with strong academic and extracurricular records ... right? Learn the basic life skills every teen should know.
Here's a list of new and classic games to keep your teen's mind (and social life!) in top shape:
Help your child pay homage to her years of hard work in school as she celebrates the next step in her academic life. Throw her a Remember When Graduation Party!
Here are some tips to keep your teen safe on the road this summer.
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