4 Stay-Sane Strategies for Parents
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It’s not just that they were trying to be difficult, or push your buttons. There is more behind it than that. Learn how brain research in teens has taught us more about why your kids do what they do. (That’s right, there may be an explanation after all.) There are areas of the brain — not surprisingly, the ones responsible for things like planning ahead and weighing priorities — that continue to develop well into their 20s.
Read, Inside the Teenage Brain by Judith Newman.
Enjoy the read… it may make you feel better…
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