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Should Parents Confront their Teens Bully

February 5, 2018

Should parents confront their teen’s bully? Well, this depends. Upon the word “confront”, most will just get the picture of a parent trying to talk to the bully. This in context can differ. If the bully is being rather aggressive as in dishing out physical damage to the child then it is a necessity for […]

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How to keep your Children out of Trouble

February 5, 2018

The saying that the devil finds work for the idle hand really sounds true. Likewise, it is true that children who are left idle by their parents or do not have much to do will be more trouble-prone compared to those who are kept busy. Thus, it is imperative that every parent strives as much […]

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Teen Issues

February 5, 2018

My entire senior year in high school was changed because of one particular teacher; my teacher’s name was Mr. Reed. He is a tall bald-headed black man that was a distinguished writer/poet/author himself that was once a professor who taught at Moorehouse. He was the English teacher that changed my life for the better in […]

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How to keep Teens on the Straight and Narrow

February 5, 2018

Positive, professional and pro-active educators invariably help to keep teens on the straight and narrow. This is a continually growing global concern, one that presents a conundrum of possibilities and concerns for everyone.      What does ‘to keep teens on the straight and narrow’ mean? Freedictinary.com suggests that the straight and narrow refers to the “the […]

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Teen Issues

February 5, 2018

Single. Again. Words so many of us teens equate with heartbreak, some time spent in good old moping about, and if you’re me, sappy “I still love you even though you hate me” poetry. But shortly after the shock of being “on the prowl,” or available once more, life can become a vibrant and great […]

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Teen Issues

February 5, 2018

How do you walk away from thirty-five years of marriage without looking back? I’ve asked myself that about my father for almost 17 years. Not only did my mother become an insignificant memory to him; he left five kids in the wake of his anger. Today he doesn’t even admit we exist. The marriage should […]

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Parenting Teens

February 5, 2018

Being the mother of three teenagers, I have experienced the challenge of setting and keeping curfews. To them, they are just one more way for me to exert authority and control over them. For me, they are a way to ensure their safety and security. As my mother always said, “There is little good that […]

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Teens Views how to get your Parents to Give you Freedom Teenagers Children Kids Trust

February 4, 2018

All parents are different.  Some are stricter than others, some are more lenient, some want the very best for us and some just don’t seem to care. Some teenagers come from single-parent families, some are only children, some have lots of brothers and sisters.  Every family is different, and the same advice won’t work for everyone, […]

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Things to do with your Mum

February 4, 2018

We’re teenagers – hanging around with our parents is the last thing we want to do.  We’d much rather be hanging out with our friends, playing video games and listening to music.  Parents aren’t cool.  They know nothing. But is this really the case?  Parents were our age once too, you know.  (They probably haven’t […]

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Teen Discipline

February 4, 2018

Congratulations on surviving the sleepless nights, the terrible twos, and the ‘tween years. Here is hoping you have at least some small portion of your sanity left, and more than $7.00 remaining in your bank account. Why didn’t our parents warn us about the teen years? Oh wait, maybe they did and we just weren’t […]

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