The Parenting Adolescents Chapter focuses on ages 13 to 17, when your teenager’s brain is alternating between innocence and insolence. It is a time of risk taking, rebellion, and extreme conformity to peer pressure. The research and more than 35 age-appropriate activities provided will show you how to help your teen develop to his/her full potential.
It answers important questions like:
How do dopamine and oxytocin affect the teenage brain?
How can any child become a world-class performer or expert?
What should you say to your teen about sex?
What should you say to your teen about drugs?
Is it better to stay in school or drop out and take the GED?
Which colleges have the best record of success for upward mobility?
What’s one easy step you can take to reduce the stress levels in your adolescent?
How can you help your teen form positive new habits?
What are some common teenage myths and how can you correct them?
How should you measure your adolescent’s maturity?
What can you do to help your teen make better moral decisions?
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