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showing your children how to
As you may remember, the teenage years are some of the most stressful and challenging times a
person can experience. Your kids are growing into adulthood and all the physical changes
certainly do not often help matters. Handling these difficult years can be hard, but it is all part of
the natural process of growing up. On the other hand, the teen years will hopefully be full of
beautiful memories for everyone. In fact, most adults will look back at their memories as
teenagers and realize what a fantastic time they actually had. On the flip side, many people
despise these years because they were tormented by other people.
Peer pressure is a given for all children throughout their school years. Kids in middle school and
high school feel the brunt of most of the peer pressure especially today. Kids do not like to admit
they are experiencing this, so the majority of parents will be unaware that it is occurring. Parents
can only offer their support and tell them that they will be there for them if they need them. So if
you have a good relationship with your kids, this is much easier to deal with. As you probably
know, every situation that you deal with must be handled differently most of the time. Coping with
these events as they come along might be tough depending upon the situation. One of the easiest
ways to tackle this is to be direct and ask if they currently are feeling pressure to do anything they
don't want to do.
Most children are followers, and the first people they follow are the parents. It doesn't take too
many years before the children have the parents figured out. Whatever you do, is going to be
passed on to your children, unless you send them away to be raised by someone else, who would
be imitated. Most parents are only passing on what they learned from their parent, so that is why
there are so few parents who are the best role models. Even in the best of times, the are family
situations that get out of hand. Children usually only have a problem with a situation that gets out
of control, when it is something that regularly happens.
Disciplining children, with regards to abiding by the house rules, is a policy that should be
consistent, and most parents know this. One of the big problems with being consistent, is that the
two parents can't always agree on how tough the standards should be. Children are very good at
manipulation once they know which parent will give in for what. Children need boundaries, but
they will get discourage if the strict parent always get their way. We do not advocate giving-in
even one time because that just opens the door to future problems.
Parenting is a lifetime test, and you will have situations that you will not know how to deal with,
but you will find a way. In many different ways this becomes a test for you and your spouse.
Having children is the greatest blessing in your life if you will let it be, because it will make you a
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