As teens get older, they’re more and more likely to make mistakes. And while many parents want to stop bad choices before they happen, a little freedom and experience can actually go a long way in helping teens grow.
This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston urges parents to help their teens mature by moving from an atmosphere of perfection to one that allows imperfection.
A lot of teens admit to feeling lonely and misunderstood—like it’s them against the big, wide world. And though the phenomenon may be common, it’s not something that parents should brush off or leave unaddressed.
This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston outlines helpful tips for parents of lonely teens.