Social and Emotional Milestones Ages 13 to 18 Educational and Parenting Articles

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How to communicate with your middle school aged child. What tweens think about and how it's best to speak to them.
Parenting is tough work. What should you expect from your middle schooler in the way of manners? Here's what's reasonable and how to teach the fundamentals.
Expert advice from a school psychologist on understanding your adolescent child.
Dealing with a difficult teenager? It's normal- and it's helpful to know that some of this 'crazy' behavior is just part of being a teen. Read more.
It's your last semester of high school, and you're itching to leave. Find out what loose ends you should tie up before you flip the tassel.
This article provides a list of physical, psychosocial and cognitive changes that occur during the adolescent years.
As a parent, what can you do to prevent teen pregnancy? Plenty, it turns out!
This article discusses in depth the physical, intellectual, social and emotional characteristics of teens from fifteen-years-old to seventeen-years-old.  It
Shows how a child's perspective and understanding changes as she matures. Strategies are suggested for working with each age group.
It might be tough to see them move out, but teens who plan to live independently for the first time are at a crucial developmental milestone. These traits will help you gauge if your child's ready for the change.
Early adolescence is a time of many physical, mental, emotional, and social changes. Hormones change as  puberty begins.
Learn how educators can ease students transition into high school by providing challenging and supportive middle school environments.
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