Ages 15-18: Behavior and Discipline
Older teens often strive to find a sense of personal identity, and may find expression in many different ways. Don’t be surprised if their behavior changes radically—this is fairly common, and helps teens to really figure out who they are.
Finding out that your child is engaging in high-risk behaviors, such as smoking or underage alcohol use, can be very difficult—and helping him or her get back on the right track can be even more taxing. That’s why ParentFurther.com has collected expert-approved, research-based advice on how to assess and prevent these behaviors, as well as tips on how to help your child out of bad situations. This information will help you make good decisions and take action with confidence, knowing that you’re addressing the situation in a positive, effective way.
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Enriching Families’ Community Connections: A Two-Way Street, presented by Dr. Eugene C. Roehlkepartain, Vice President, Research and Development at Search Institute and Dr. Hedy Walls, Vice President of Social Responsibility at YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities
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