If your teen wants

Duration: 4min 43sec Views: 1786 Submitted: 06.09.2020
Category: Babysitter
Adolescents and teens have a natural tendency to want to separate from their parents and seek psychological autonomy. The good news is that this is totally natural. In this stage, friends and peers become more important and parents seemingly less so. So much of how we treat our adolescents and teenagers has more to do with us than with them. We even tend to see our kids as a reflection on us and add extra pressure on them to do better than we did or to not slip up.

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