Are you hitting a brick wall when trying to discuss weight, fitness and health issues with your son or daughter? You’re not alone. Many parents report that this is a particularly tough, and often emotional, subject for parents and teens to discuss.
Your teenager is starting to date and you are worried: Will they be safe? Will they have made good decisions in their relationships? Will they know where to go if they need help? A healthy dating relationship can help a teen develop a positive self-image. It is an opportunity to learn how to empathize and understand others. However, they also need to be aware of ‘red flags’ that can exist in unhealthy relationships.
Often called the silent form of harassment, electronic bullying or digital harassment is the new generation of domestic violence.
From kindergarten crushes to teen love, relationships provide important learning opportunities for children.
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