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Teenage Parenting

Updated on January 1, 2020

Your relationship with children is rooted in their adolescence and its influence throughout your life is used in relationships between you. Naturally, the relationship can be raw at any time if it is not maintained.

If we keep updating things about the use of our modern equipment, Artificial Intelligence, then we have Nature Intelligence, of course. Our update is much wider and deeper. There are many differences between this Natural Intelligence and the Artificial Intelligence that it has created, but two differences are important in my view.

First, Natural Intelligence can also be updated with the experience of others, Of course; There is enough intelligence and openness to learn, while Artificial Intelligence automatically learns from its own use.

The second and important distinction is that in Artificial Intelligence, anything can be relatively easily unlearned or learned, while updating things in Natural Intelligence can lead to tears and some things may not change.In addition, Natural Intelligence can also upgrade Artificial Intelligence, which we call a "new update" or a "new version".

If after reading this you would be wondering why Intelligence has been talking about the fact that we have been talking about Teenage Parenting for some time now ?! Because, the two distinctions I said between Natural Intelligence and the Artificial Intelligence that he created are very important in Teenage Parenting.

Adolescence or teenage age is the phase in which Natural Intelligence Emotional Intelligence is updated. The success of relationships in life depends on the emotional intelligence of individuals. And, as I said, updating things in Natural Intelligence either from the personality or from the mind - erase - is tough.

It is very difficult to change or remove things that have been updated in the minds of teenagers and 'updated' as emotional intelligence during the teen years.

This means that if you can't handle emotional issues properly during teenager parenting then the mental consequences of suffering the consequences of the future have to be prepared and sometimes it can be serious. In addition, it may take the experience of other teenagers with their experience or expertise to update the art of raising teenagers.

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Teenage parenting is at the forefront of the list of difficult life experiences. Teenagers' upbringing is not only tough, but also complicated, which requires a lot of patience and maturity on the part of parents. This patience and maturity comes only when their spouses are healthy and happy, constantly quarrelling or struggling with each other as the adolescent implants insecurities and imbalances in the growing brains of their offspring, which in addition to their constantly updated intelligence. Unfortunately for their effects - at least the offspring's personal relationships, family and social life are found.

The roots of your relationship with your offspring are planted throughout their adolescence and influence their relationships throughout your life. If the relationship does not keep the sowing environment in place, the relationship can naturally be raw at any time. This is an important part of the case of offspring who are abandoning their parents over time.

Every parent faces the problem of offspring's behaviour, failing to resolve the adolescent's rebellious rationality. Instead of directly imposing their views or restrictions on the offspring to avoid the friction caused by this insurgency, an approach to understanding and guidance has to be developed. If there is a healthy bond between you and the offspring, then it will automatically honour your strict or necessary control.

Your healthy relationship with the offspring that bonds formed during their adolescence and later in the year develops as an experience in their intelligence.Spending time and healthy communication with them is very important to strengthen the roots of these relationships. Establish a routine of spending time with the child before they enter adolescence.

Teenagers' children are one of the most complex puzzles to confuse parents

Spend a certain period of time with them under any circumstances. In the event that it is not possible to do a voice call or video call, but maintain your routine. During this time, establish a healthy communication routine with them.

Speak of their interest in this dialogue, speak less, listen more, refrain from giving more advice, give guidance wherever they need it, and refrain from judging anything that may not initially open up or not engage in conversation with you. But over time it will start to become comforter with you and look forward to spending time with you.

It may be that their curiosity will not be acknowledged in words, but their behavior will surely show. The more your relationship with them, the stronger your bond - the stronger the bond.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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