Tweens and Teens
Adolescence can be a tricky time, both for parents struggling to understand their children’s issues and for teens and tweens attempting to forge their new identities. Learn how to understand your teenagers in these articles.
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Adolescence isn't really about taking the long view: At 14, it might seem as though your pearly whites will stay that way forever. So, how can parents get their teens to take oral hygiene seriously?
By Julia Layton
Here something to chew on: A habit your teen has right now could end up costing his or her health, teeth or even life.
Teens may want to work, but they don't always know how to look for a job. Learn where you can find babysitting jobs for your teen in this article.
Social development is an important part of being a teen. Learn what to do if your teen doesn't have any friends in this article.
Different teens avoid school for different reasons. Learn what to do if your adolescent doesn't want to go to school in this article.
Hair will re-grow so don't get too stressed out if your teen wants to dye his or her hair. Learn what to do if your teens want to dye their hair in this article.
Logical consequences and natural consequences teach teens to take responsibility for their own behavior. Learn about logical consequences vs. natural consequences for teens from this article.