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Parents can find many ways to safely empower teens without allowing them to make dangerous choices. Most of the time the significance of the choices does not matter; even small decisions can make a difference and allow them to feel that they can fulfill t...
Self-esteem is something we come into the world with; it follows us through life like a shadow. If we lose it, we are lost. If we have it, we can face all of life's trials...
Relating to their teenager can be easier than most parents think, especially when they learn about the key areas that can sustain the relationship: connection, control, and communication...
Antidote to Teenage At-Risk Behavior
In many ways, investing in an emotional relationship with a teenager is similar to building a solid financial investment. A wise investment is great preparation for your future, and the formula works for teenagers in exactly the same way – the more you pu...
My daughter has gone to stay with her grandparents after another row between us. She is 16 and I am a non-supported single parent. Our relationship has been fraught, to say the least, over the years and I have said very hurtful things to her...
Question: What can I say to my teenage son whose girlfriend is not Jewish? Would love some guidance but trying not to alienate him too. Answer: It's a delicate balance. He needs to see your disapproval. On the other hand, there's the teenage impulse to re...
My daughter and I have always been extremely close. However, now that she is 17 she has been trying to distance herself from me. Why is she pushing me out of her life?
How can I help her become stronger so she can survive in a world that’s not always fair and tactful, and so that she’s not constantly suffering a maelstrom of emotion?
I am a 50-year-old man, and I have been widowed for the last two years. I would like to start dating again, but my daughters, now ages 14 and 16, feel very differently . . .
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