Successful Ways To Communicate With Your Teenager By 小夫妻创业卖馒头 张柏芝拄拐凹造型

Take Time For Your Teen By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – I never said it was easy or that no effort on the parent’s part is necessary. As a matter of fact, throughout my book I emphasize that parents will need to utilize a lot of self control and implement strategies before responding to their teen’s actions or questions. Tags: How To Help Your Angry Teen By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – Lately, several parents asked: "Where is my teen’s anger coming from?" Teenagers, like adults, experience stress every day. The stubborn and argumentative teen is fighting for independence and less control by his or her parents. Tags: Eating Disorders In Teenss By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – Eating disorders have long been a serious problem among people of all ages. However, this disease usually begins somewhere in the pre-teen stages of life, and although many adolescent boys suffer with this disorder, it usually affects and is much more severe in young girls. Tags: Parenting Your Teenager With Love And Support By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – In order to build a good relationship with your teenager, you need to realize the emotional changes your teen is going through. Give your teenager more and more responsibility and allow him to make more and more decisions about his life. Give him enough space to develop, while standing by to help. Tags: Successful Ways To Communicate With Your Teenager By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – Communication is the single most important aspect when parenting a teenager. We can give them a sense of compassion, understanding, and support. We can listen to their opinion. We can peacefully discuss a situation. Tags: How To Help Your Teen After Drug Rehab By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – After a 30-day stay at the drug rehabilitation facility, your teen will return home much better equipped with the capabilities to avoid drug abuse and live a normal life. Tags: Your Teenager’s First Year At College By: Christina Botto | Aug 25th 2008 – The first year at college is an extremely stressful time for both the parent as well as your teenager. Your teen is truly leaving home for the first time. He’s also leaving his friends and a world that he’s lived in and felt comfortable with for years. Tags: 相关的主题文章:

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