May 28, 2010
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Teen Parenting – What Not to Do – Part II

Teen Parenting – What Not to Do – Part II
Here are the most common teen parenting mistakes made and ways of avoiding them. Teen Parenting Folly No: 4- Ignoring big matters In case there are any rising doubts regarding use of drugs or alcohol by the child then they should be promptly addressed prior to it snowballing to a more grave matter later on. Parents need to be constantly involved during the crucial and easily-influenced age group of thirteen to eighteen years of their kid. A number of parents would often overlook teenage drinking since they engaged in drinking when they were in that age, but the risks are higher in recent times. In present times, an increasing  [...]

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May 20, 2010
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Teen Parenting – What Not to Do – Part I

Teen Parenting – What Not to Do – Part I
Things are not the same as they once were. Your teen child no more rushes to you during times of distress or hurt. Curfews are constantly being flouted by your son and the classic ‘naughty corner’ punishment strategy is rendered useless or lame at this age. As your child becomes an adolescent, one needs to tailor one’s tried-&-tested parenting skill sets to an ever-evolving world. As irresistible as it may appear, avoid tossing out all one knows regarding the child or oneself as parents. Your teen might appear alike a stranger in his/her own home, however through those shut entrance ways and moodiness is still  [...]

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