The Terrible Twos and Adolescence

Al-Jamie, Lorraine
April 2013
Tokyo Journal;Spring2013, Vol. 32 Issue 271, p98
The article offers tips to parents on helping their children and teenage kids become responsible adults. Topics discussed include the importance of giving children and teenagers a chance to make their own decisions, the factors that should be considered when setting limits on children and tips on dealing with a two-year-old throwing a tantrum. Also discussed is the need for both parents to agree on the limits that will be imposed on children and teenage kids.


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