Communicating With Teens

Communicating with your teen about their stresses, freedom, and future goals helps parents stay connected. Talking to a teen requires insight and effective listening.

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    How Well Do You Know Your Parents? (for Teens)

    We may live with our parents, spend hours a day with them, and talk with them a lot. Still, there's much we don't know...

    Source: Advocates For Youth
  • 2.

    Spending Quality Time With Your Teen

    With our ever increasing busy schedules, it is easy to lose focus on spending quality time with our teenagers. It is...

    Source: A Better Child
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    Freedom and Limits for Teens

    Sooner or later it happens. Children grow up and the time approaches when they will soon be leaving home. Parents must...

    Source: Community Action Network
  • 4.

    Top 10 Parenting Quick Tips of 2009

    Communication Keeping the lines of communication of your child should be a priority with all parents. It is...

    Source: Parents Universal Resource Experts
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    Teens and Ethics

    Every parent wants to believe that their teen can make ethical decisions. Fundamentally, our kids know the difference...

  • 6.

    It’s Normal

    Wondering what happened to the sweet kids we were raising? They've turned into teenagers. While we know there are going...

    Source: Shoulder to Shoulder
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    Identity Development in Adolescence

    Psychologically, all adolescents need room to grow and safe places to test their newly emerging selves. Using knowledge...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Understanding Youth Culture

    This journal has been created in an effort to better understand urban youth and the culture that has developed for...

    Source: Online Journal of Urban Youth Culture
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    Communicating with Your Adolescent

    Maintaining as friendly and open a relationship as you can is important for many reasons. It's more fun. It raises...

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    Adolescence: The Four Questions

    Adolescence is filled with intellectual and emotional changes in addition to the major biological and physical changes...

    Source: University of Florida IFAS Extension