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Give Your Teen Space

Why Teenagers Need Space | Livestrong.Com

Sometimes, giving your teen her space is inevitable -- especially when it's requested in the form of a slammed bedroom door. But your teen's need for a little space stems from her development from teen into young adult and eventually, fully-functi...

Teens And Privacy: Should I Spy On My Child? Plus: The 4 Tactics Kids Use When They Get Caught

A lot of the things we do to protect our children might be considered “spying” by our kids, but they are in fact measures we take to keep them safe from others, as well as from themselves. Before we begin, I want to say that I hesitate to use the ...

Dfwchild - How Do I Give My Teen Privacy?

How Do I Give My Teen Privacy? / “Teens are not kids anymore and it’s natural for them to separate themselves,” reveals Dr. Cathal Grant, chair of psychiatry at Harris Methodist Springwood Hospital in Bedford. “If parents don’t respect their [teen...

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Teenage Privacy

A must-watch for all parents and teenagers around the world. This is all about your life and the problems you encounter on a daily basis but don't realize ...

Connecting With Teens: How To Stay Close While Still Giving Kids Their Space

Parents can help maintain a healthy relationship with their teens by choosing their battles wisely, making the most of time spent together, and taking a genuine

Lighthouse Parenting: Giving Space For Kids To Learn While Offering Safety

Philadelphia's own parenting expert Kenneth Ginsburg, MD, MSEd, has a new book, Raising Kids To Thrive: Balancing Love With Expectations and Protection With Trust, which presents the strategy of "lighthouse parenting." Just like so many other “pro...

Why Does My Teen Need Privacy?

Question: Why does my teen need privacy? Privacy issues stem from trust issues. Our teens want to be trusted to do more and more things. They want to be thought of as mature and capable of handling independence. It is wonderful when we can give o...

Teenager Pulling Away From Family

Dear Shellie, Your 15 year old daughter might be pulling away even if your husband was her biological father. It is normal for teens to want to establish their independence. But most fifteen year olds say they wish they could talk with their paren...

How Much Space Should A Mom Give A Teenage Girl?

Your teenage daughter is walking the precarious line between childhood and adulthood. As she spends more time becoming independent of her family, you might be concerned that you're giving her too much space -- or not enough. As a mother, it's your...

Privacy, Trust, Monitoring: Teenagers | Raising Children Network

Privacy As your child gets older, she needs more privacy and more personal and psychological space. This is because your child is dealing with big teenage challenges, such as working out what kind of person he is. He’s also gaining new physical an...

Georgia Family Magazine

Terri Campbell says she’s always believed in giving her three daughters their space. “You’ve got to let them come to you instead of trying to be overbearing,” says the Bolingbroke mother. She says her kids had their own cell phones and computers a...

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Give Your Teen Space

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