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Families and the Teen Years

Guiding Your Teen to Self-Identity
Teens are entering the world of abstract ideas, hypothetical situations and formal logic. Unless you know what to expect, you may misinterpret your teen's actions.

Passages in a Teen's Life
There are many passages that a teen travels to become a caring, dependable, ethical member of society.

Establishing Reasonable Structure in a Teen's Life
Teens want structure in their lives. They want to be sure that nothing can shake parental commitment to them.

Building Supportive Relationships Through Communication
Teens want to be understood and parents want to be heard, though the win-win communication is not always evident.

Friendship Is Important to Teens
What happens when you don't have friends? Teens without friends tend to be more lonely and unhappy.

What Do Teenagers Want from Adults?
Parents need to allow their teens to become independent.

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