Parenting a teenager is often considered a challenging task. As your innocent and obedient children start developing ideas and thoughts of their own, it is your responsibility as a parent to steer them in the right direction. And for that, you need to have some house rules in place. Teenage is the tender as well as the right age to teach your children discipline, compassion, and integrity. So have rules and do not hesitate to act a bit strict in areas where your teenager needs your support. In this post, MomJunction brings you five types of house rules you could consider practicing in your house.
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Dating has Changed: New Rules for Teens
Ah, the simple days of teenage dating. Well, they might have been years ago, but things have changed. There is far more technology, including text messages, social media, and dating apps.
Navigating the world of romantic relationships can be scary for both parents and teens alike. Not only is everyone trying to figure out the knew dynamic of raging hormones, but parents may questions the judgment and safety of their teen and the teenager resents any interference on part of the parents. This can lead to strained relationship in the family and, in some extreme cases, can push the young person to seek out unhealthy relationships. While some may want to start "dating" as early as 12, others may not even show interest until after high school. Embrace it, and use it to your advantage.