Posts tagged Teenagers
Believe It Or Not, You Can Find Common Ground With A Teenager

Often, it can feel like finding common ground with kids is near enough impossible. Be honest; they seem like an alien species most of the time, don’t they? Conversations are short-lived at best, and you couldn’t be further apart while living in the same house. As hard as it is to believe, though, common ground is often easier to find than we might think. And, when that happens, you could soon find yourself on the right end of the following benefits.

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Teenager's First Car: How To Keep Calm

When your kids grow into teenagers, you know it’s only a matter of time before they start thinking about getting a driver’s license. Soon after this, you’ll be picking out their very first car. Naturally, they’d like to be cruising around in a head-turner, yet safety happens to be on the top of your list - so how do you choose one that makes everyone happy, without breaking the bank?

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How To Prepare Your Son Or Daughter For Their First Job Interview

Whether your child (and I use the term loosely) is applying for a first holiday job while at college, or their first proper career job, seeing them actually take an interest in paying their way in the world is one of those ‘rites of passage’ things that goes with becoming an adult...

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Staying The Course: The Importance Of Father-Son Bonding As Your Kids Get Older

There is a cliche that has persisted for at least as long as we have had the written word, and probably for longer. While mothers and daughters can talk to each other about anything, fathers and sons have a more distant relationship. To be more accurate, in the early years, fathers will do everything to make time...

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