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Teens 12–18

Solve Common Teenage Problems: Getting Teens to Talk to You

8 methods to get teenagers to talk
  How To Get Your Teen To Talk The following is an expert from Dr. A. Lynn Scoresby's book, Practical Solutions to the Most Common Family Problems. A common teenage problem among frustrated pa.... read more

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Solve Common Teenage Problems: Anger, Frustration, and Aggression

Solve teenage anger and aggression
  The following is correspondence between parents concerned about the anger and aggression of their young teenage son, (13), and FirstAnswers.com contributing expert, Dr, Scott Seaman. Watch for.... read more

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How to Solve Common Teenage Problems Using the Five Minute Work Chore

Five minute work chore
  Defiance, rebellion, disrespect, talking back–these are all common teenage problems, and children of any age. Teenagers are "growing" through so many things, they can often seem out .... read more

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Signs of ADHD and Managing Impulse Control

Adapting Emotions
  Clinical psychologist, Dr. Robert Williams, helps parents understand ADHD, and he presents strategies parents can take to help their children manage impulses and other symptoms associated with.... read more

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Six Things To Do When You Learn Your Teen is Drinking

Teen, Underage Drinking
  Recent reports state 22% of high school seniors binge drink (5+ drinks in a short amount of time). So what does that mean? Using the 2013 Census to get an approximation of high school seniors,.... read more

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Homework Helps: How to Help and When to Create Space

How to Help Children with learning disabilities adapt successfully to school
  Johnny sits at the kitchen table, chewing on the end of his pencil. It's almost 9:00 p.m. and he has been on Problem #7 for the last twenty minutes. You have offered your help, and even a piec.... read more

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