Teen years are often difficult for the teen and the parent. Here are 10 tips for parents to help teens reach their potential and to help parents guide them as they grow.
Raising teenagers can be challenging but it shouldn’t be scary. Your little one isn’t small anymore but they still need our help as they continue to mature.
The article mentions some basic reasons that we all should respect our elders as they have a lot of life experience and they help us and stand for us whenever needed.
Scientists tell FRONTLINE that the greatest spurts of growth after infancy occur just around adolescence. Let's take a look at what's awesome about teenagers, who so often only get press for being difficult and moody.
When I became a step parent almost 20 years ago, someone forget to give me a new owners manual on navigating step parenting and how to survive a blended family. And when I say blended it's definitely a blended mix, because not only are there 2...
Parents have to experience each stage of their child's life. In this article a mom explains how she feels about each stage from baby to teen, and why the teen years were her favorite years as a mom.
Terrific teenagers do not happen automatically, they are grown through an understanding of the changes they face. Identity, the purpose of life, peer groups, and gender roles all have a place.
What do you do to show that you care when touching is awkward and conversation is challenging? Here are nine practical ways to maintain emotional attachment between adults and teens.
Effective communication with teens begins by recognizing and removing the barriers which create misunderstanding. The most effective strategy is the parent becoming a facilitator not an invigilator.
Teenagers want their independence and most parents want to give it to them. In order to make it happen, teenagers need to learn how to choose wisely. Their choices affect them all of their lives.