How To Understand Your Teens – Guest Post

Judgement Day

  • Many parents base their acceptance of their teen’s friends on looks or hear say. You would not want another parent doing this to your teen. Give equal chances. Welcome your teen’s friends into your home. This will help your teen in choosing which friends are right. They will not be forced by hard headedness to be around friends that are bad influences because you will be understanding. Getting to know their friends is another thing that will also make you understand what is good about them from your teen’s point of view.
  • Put yourself in your teen’s shoes, and always remember how hard those years were. Using these four strategies will keep you in touch with your teen’s thought process and give you the advantage of better understanding your teen. These are not a guarantee that things will go perfect, but they will surely help. Befriend your teen, get on their team, show them you care.
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