Parenting - Teens | 13-18 yrs

Common Problems Of Adolescence

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Common Problems Of Adolescence And Solutions

Adolescence is not an easy time for kids or the parents. The only way to deal with needs and problems at this age is to know about them and be ready to face them. Here is our list of the most common problems, and their solutions that adolescents h...

Physical Change

Young people start to show physical changes at widely varying times. If you’re worried about your child’s development, speak to a health professional. You can also read this article to know more about the changes in adolescence.

Behaviour Problems

As teens begin to assert their independence, some common behaviour problems can begin to arise. Here is a list of common behaviour problems parents of teens face and what you can do about them.

Drug Addiction

The most common reason teens try drugs is peer pressure. Friends or classmates might pressure you into trying a drug, reassuring you that they've tried it and aren't addicted, so you'll be fine too. It's often difficult for a teen to know where to...

Teen Depression

Childhood and teen depression is a reality. This is one of the most alarming facts to come from all the research; depression is affecting younger and younger people - adolescents and teenagers. Here we look at why, and what we can do about it.

Unhealthy Diet

Teens with bad eating habits are more likely to suffer from obesity, fatigue, nutrient deficiencies and poor cognitive and physical performance at school. The Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry reports that 16 percent to 33 percent of kids...

Social Media Addiction

If your teen spends more time on various social media sites than he does with real people in real environments, he is probably addicted to social media. Read on to know more about teens and social media addiction.

Disrespectful Behaviour

Disrespectful or rude behaviour in teenagers is pretty common. Although this phase will pass eventually, there are some strategies that can help you handle disrespect from your child in the meantime.

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