Missouri Congressman Todd Akin opposes abortions! All of them!
Sex, drugs, rock and roll – these have always been considered the big evils for teens around the world, throughout time. But what if they’re not? What if there is some other underlying principle in the subconscious that ‘tells us’ something is a good idea or not?
No doubt, we all know volunteering can pay off – whether it’s something we declare on our CV, or mention in passing at a job interview, or to a friend who may have an opportunity for us.
Throughout a teen’s life, and perhaps during your time when you were growing up, no child can forget the angry phrase muttered by their parents that leaves you helpless with confusion and worry “Why don’t you just grow up”.
Easier said than done.
Bullying has been rising at an alarming rate around the world. But it’s not the usual traditional playground bullying that’s got parents and teachers worried – it’s the stuff that happens outside of the playground, and usually, outside of school hours.
Kiwi mums feel isolated; guilty about the amount of time they spend with their children, and are forced to take 'time out' to "maintain their sanity" according to a new study*.
1. Play it as simple as you can
No fancy parenting shenanigans from books needed. “I love you” is all it takes to confuse and make a screaming, yelling, tantrum teen think about the impact of their actions/tone of voice on you.
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