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How do you break the barriers of adolescence? Here are 10 tips for parenting teenagers. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Give the children a little freedom. Giving adolescents the opportunity to establish their own identity, giving them more independence, is essential to help them establish their own place in the world. "But if that means he's going out with bad people, that's another thing," says Elkind. Choose wisely your battles. "Getting hurt or doing something that could be permanent (like a tattoo), those things are important.. "Purple hair, a messy room, those do not matter." Do not mess. Invite your friends to dinner. Help meet children you have questions about. "It's the old adage: catch more bears with honey than vinegar. If you say flat, you can not go out with those children, it can often be counterproductive, it simply increases antagonism."

Decide rules and discipline in advance. If it's a family of two parents, it's important for parents to have their own discussion, so they can reach some sort of agreement, so parents are on the same page. Whether it's forbidden to drive for a week or a month, whether it's bothering you for a week, reducing your allowance or using the Internet, whatever it is, schedule it in advance. If the child says it is not fair, then you must agree on what a fair punishment is. Then, continue with the consequences. Keep the door open. Do not question, but act interested. Share some details about your own day; ask about yours How was the party? How was your day? Another good line is, "I may not feel like talking about what happened at the moment, I know what that is, but if you want to talk later, you come to me. Let the children feel guilty. "I think there is too much self-esteem. "Feeling good about yourself is healthy, but people should feel bad if they have hurt someone or have done something wrong." Children need to feel bad sometimes Guilt is a healthy


emotion When children have done something wrong, they feel bad. I hope they feel guilty. " Be a role model. His actions, even more than his words, are critical to helping teens adopt good moral and ethical standards. If they have a good role model from the beginning, they are less likely to make bad decisions in their rebellious adolescence. For More Information:-Teachwell institute Mob no-:9015557890 Mail id :-info@teachwell.co.in website:-www.teachwell.co.in

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