There is a contact: 7 strategies, how not to destroy the child-parent relationship and find a common language with a teenager
Relations with children who have passed into adolescence become unpredictable, like running through the minefield. Teenagers and parents are an eternal confrontation. Some insist on their right to patronize and guide, the second mdash; desperately defend their right to freedom and their own decisions, although they will have nothing to back them up.
The writer and journalist Ksenia Buksha tells how to find a common language with a teenager. The problem is that teenagers mdash; are no longer children, but they are not yet fully grown up. They can not be managed from the position of an all-knowing adult, but also to wait for full awareness and responsibility for your choice, too, is not worth it. What can parents do with those who can not be forced, nothing to punish and unrealistically re-stress?
Strategy 1. Make and prohibit