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Young people going through the process of adolescence need what they have always needed from their parents. They want your love, your support, your encouragement, your nurture, acceptance and attention. The difference for teenagers is that while children need their parents to be in the lead, pulling them along, directing their steps and making the important decisions, teenagers need to be side by side. There are particular skills that support children in learning how to manage for themselves, to trust their own judgment and develop their own skills. When it comes to dealing with teenagers, we may use much the same skills as we did when they were younger, but at a greater remove.
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What your teenager needs
A Parent's Guide to Surviving the Teen Years (for Parents) - Nemours KidsHealth
After spending years protecting your children from all sorts of dangers on the road and off, you now face the prospect of handing them the keys to the family car. It's time for them to learn how to drive. Are you prepared? We can help you mold your teen into a safe and capable driver. Educate yourself about the consequences of illegal alcohol use by minors, the benefits of seat belt use, the growing epidemic of distracted driving, and much more. Your teen sees a driver's license as a step toward freedom, but you might not be sure your teen is ready for the road. One thing is certain: teens aren't ready to have the same level of driving responsibility as adults.
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Today’s teens are better than you, and we can prove it
Our law firm is still here for you during this time of uncertainty. We are open and conducting business without interruption. Before you hand over the car keys to your teenager, know the facts. Auto accidents are the leading cause of death for teens ages 15 to
We know this because every two years, the federal government asks thousands of teenagers dozens of questions about whether they are all right. Since , it has sent something called the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey to more than 10, high school students every other year, to inquire about all sorts of bad behaviors that range from drug use to unprotected sex to fighting at school. They smoke less, drink less, and have sex less than the previous generation. This is different from what adults typically expect.
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