How To Understand Your Teens – Guest Post

Doors Wide Open!

  • The open door policy should be as available at home as it is in a work environment. It is important to let your teen know that they can always talk to you about anything. If they make a mistake, let them come clean about it, even if you already know what they have done. This policy will boost your child to parent relationship and get your teen to open up more. Do not assault your teen with questions such as “why do you think that?” or “what did you do now?” Always be open and understanding. These kinds of questions will come across as short and unsympathetic. Keep in mind that hormones and emotions override the level thought process in the teenage years. Your teen may not always have a good reason for a not-so-smart act.
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