Recognize that coming from a divorce, a single parent home, or blended family can be hard.
If you see them struggling, you may want to seek outside support from a counselor. Gradually give them their independence.
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This may be different for each child, depending on their maturity and ability to be responsible. Realize for every child you have, they are different and what one has the ability to do, the other may not. Let them fail, we all learn from failure.
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As a teen, Vanessa started writing about parenting, and now, at 25, she is happy to share everything she has learned about the younger generation. An Answer-Question is a question that already has the answer in it.
6 Things Teens Wish Their Parents Knew
Fill in the blank with perfect best friend, older sibling or a younger, more obedient version of Mom. We know that every parent was a teenager once—although it is sometimes hard to believe it. Even though all teenagers have some of the same issues, like dating, curfew, pressure at school and bullying, we want parents to know that the circumstances are different. Colleges are more competitive and technologies like Facebook and texting add a new layer of complication to teen relationships.
Risk is much more appealing to us and this is backed by science. Researchers at University of Texas found that there are parts of the teen brain that are more tempted to take risks.