Series The Opioid Epidemic—Think Your Family is Immune? No family is immune, and sadly, teens are one of the fastest growing segments of opioid abusers.
Parents need to know why they are setting the rules, and they also need to discuss the rules openly with their children.Pros: Dating that occurs in public places prevents temptation from getting the better of teenagers. Cons: Just saying that the dating has to occur in public places does not necessarily ensure that the people around your Christian teen will hold him or her accountable.Also, teens sometimes don't stay in one place for an entire date.(Part 1 of 2) Listen , Jeramy and Jerusha Clark offer an overview of a teen's brain from a neurological perspective, sharing insights on your teen's emotions and the impact of puberty and hormones.The Clarks give practical advice on resolving conflict with your teen, handling disrespect and helping your teen navigate peer pressure.
It also helps teens identify early when a situation is becoming dangerous.