Tackle your teen better

Chandra, Prabha
May 2011
Prevention India;May2011, p19
The article presents author's comments on raising teenage children. The author states that teenage is the most challenging part of child's development for parents and during these years parents should behave in a friendly manner to their children without losing their confidence. Also, parent should not catastrophise things like alcohol out of fear, instead discuss them with teenagers. Parents should share their anxieties and concerns with teenagers and should educate them on wrongs and rights.


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