High School: Milestones and Development Articles
If you suspect that your teen is stealing, it is important to figure out the underlying reasons. Here are some expert ideas for dealing with teens who steal.
As with many other adolescent behaviors that can be frustrating to parents, such as arguing, teens do not necessarily lie more â they just get better at it!
Which computer applications are important to your teen's future, and which are distracting her from her homework? A group of professionals from leading Silicon Valley corporations was unanimous in recommending the following 10 skills.
When it comes to body decoration, teens are often from Mars and parents from, well, Earth. Parents generally aren't fond of the idea of marking up their babies with tattoos, piercings, and strange dye jobs.
From the classroom to the playing field, standardized tests to college applications, getting outside help in high school - in the form of SAT prep classes, individual subject tutors, athletic trainers, and private college counselors, among others -has become as mainstream as studying the ...
Education and manners guru Cindy Post Senning said manners education should follow along with a child's development, and high school is no exception. So, what manners should be second nature to your high schooler? Post offers advice based on these five core manners topics:
Fifteen to 20 percent of the U.S. population has a learning difference such as ADD, dyslexia, or any number of processing difficulties. Some are so good at coping that the issues don't become apparent until they're teens.
The reasons behind why kids shoplift are complicated, and the reactions that parents have can sometimes make the problem even worse. So why do kids shoplift, and how should parents react to put a stop to it?
If you're sending a friend or family member to college this fall, celebrate with gifts designed to pamper, inspire, and protect.
Giving your child freedom and independence to make his or her own choices, does not mean you have to stop being a concerned or involved parent. In fact, quite the opposite.
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