Parents and Teenagers
Parents and teenagers both have frustrations when a teenager is trying to establish their own identify. Being a
good parents is not a parent who essentially knows it all. Parenting Teenagers is tough work. Good parents are parents who are willing to seek help and get advise when they need it in order to meet the special needs of their teenagers. Raising teenagers can be challenging at best. While it may seem like a stranger has invaded the body of your previously sweet and lovable child, your teenager really is not that much different than the child you once recognized. He or she is simply tried to establish his or her own identification, and that means separating his or her identity from you as parent. This is pure and normal approach, and you should reassure yourself with the understanding that it is just a short interval of time in the life of your child and it will pass.
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Even as teenagers, your children need and want your love. Their attitudes can make it difficult to maintain a healthy relationship. It is important to understand that as much as your teenager wants your love, he or she also wants you to respect his or her individuality and burgeoning independence. When teens feel as though they are being treated like a children, if you are being “over” protective, if you expect your teen to believe what you believe and think what you think, your teen will rebel.
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Teens are under an enormous amount of pressure. Parents want them to do well in school and get into a good college and make decisions about their future. Teen friends seek to confirm and uphold each others’ ideas, thoughts, and identities and encourage each other to be as independent as possible. Peers pressure each other to try new and risky things, like drinking, drugs, and sex. Learn how to approach your teen and have open conversations that lead to better relationships, more trust, and less chaos in your home.