Teens

 

With all the physical, emotional, cognitive, and social changes at once, being a teenager is a rough journey. Teenagers today face a spectrum of struggles—from deciding what clothes to wear to dealing with mental health issues like anxiety. But they don’t have to face these challenges alone. There’s something you can do as a parent. Let these articles guide you in lending a helping hand to your teenage boys and girls as they try to turn their struggles into success.

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Decoding High School Stereotypes—the Good, the Bad, and the Atrocious

Tired of high school stereotypes? We lived through them and no doubt our own kids would, one way or the other. The cliques: the chics, the cool kids, and the ones who always read; the athletes, the weirdos, and the cheerleaders who scream “Go! Go! Go!”. All of these people are in one high school …

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The Questions You Need to Ask Your Teenage Son

Most teenage boys don’t talk that much. While they may be quirky, fun, and talkative to their friends, this side of them usually switches off when they’re at home. They become silent and serious. If they answer you with two to three words, that’s alright. Nevertheless, you must not lose patience. Try to communicate with …

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