Adolescence is a time of change. Before entering into it, the child goes through various stages of life and emotions. Many parents may recall how they felt fear, pain, or disappointment when thinking about raising their child. But he grew up – and his parents are happy, seeing that everything is fine with him. All parents want happiness for their children. Consider how to make a teenager happy.
From the age of 13 to 19, a lot changes in the lives of children. They are undergoing physiological changes, they are trying to imitate others or are looking for their own style.
At an early age, children love to watch cartoons and play computer games. Teenagers communicate with peers through social networks and go to parties with friends. In high school, ideas about friendship change greatly in children. They seek deeper relationships and need more freedom. Also, high school students decide who to become in the future and learn to make independent life choices. Continue reading
In families where open communication is practiced, each member feels that he is loved and respected in the family circle. Open communication also helps to deal with emerging conflicts. This kind of communication is based on listening, empathy, support and joint problem solving.
Make communication with children your priority. Open and comfortable communication develops a child’s confidence, self-esteem, willingness to cooperate, as well as a healthy and warm relationship between you. Take the time and effort to develop your relationships and communication skills while talking with children as much as possible.
Remember that communicating with children is a two-way process. Talk to the child, and then listen to what he tells you. Listening is as important as speaking. Continue reading
Is your teenager aggressive at home? You are not alone in this. Many parents argue that their teens are often aggressive – both at home and among peers.
Adolescence is associated with physical and hormonal changes. This confuses teenagers and makes them unsure of themselves.
In addition, during this period, adolescents begin to overestimate their role in society and the family. Together, these factors can lead a teenager to outbreaks of aggression, and most likely, he does not know how to cope with complex emotions.
In addition to the above, we consider a number of other factors that can cause aggression in adolescents.
8 causes of aggression in adolescents Continue reading