Part One: Understanding the Teenage Brain

The physiological changes to the brain of a teenager explain much about their perplexing behaviour. Understanding these changes can give you better insight into effective ways of relating to your teen.

Part Two: Communicating with your teen

The only real and lasting impact you can have on your teens is through talking and listening. Learn skills that help reduce the frequent friction found in trying to converse with teens and better ways to connect with them.

Part Three: Setting limits that satisfy parents and teens

Setting limits is important to keep your teens safe. The rules themselves and how you set them need adjustment from the model that worked when your children were younger.

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