You know how teenagers need guidance and proper advice, especially in their age when their personalities of manhood and womanhood are being developed and framed.
You can always help your teenage kids dream better about their future. They have so much to learn, and as a parent or a guardian, it is your responsibility to make sure their dreams are on the right path and are achievable and reasonable.
Do you notice that your teen may be more reserved, less social or more irritable than usual? It’s possible that they’re struggling with something and they’re unsure how to deal with their feelings or rise above them.
If you want to help your teenager overcome their struggles, it’s important to consider the teen’s feelings and use a gentle approach.
Every parent wants their teenager to be healthy, but kids of all ages often insist on eating junk food. You can help your teenager eat well, though, by following a few simple suggestions. Tying healthy eating into the things that matter to your teenager can help you help them make better choices.
It can feel like an impossible task to know how to keep your kids safe online. Cyberbullying, internet luring, sexting, social media addiction, and all sorts of scams lie in wait for unsuspecting and innocent children every day. For parents, it can feel overwhelming. To help, Dad Central has curated the following information and resources.
Whatever you do, whatever your rules and curfews are, remember that your ability to understand and influence your teenager starts with a good relationship. A good relationship helps you talk to each other, including conversations about rules and expectations.
The two pieces of advice I’ll offer up for fathers of teenagers: keep talking no matter what, and keep finding things you like to do together. Being a father is all about the relationships. That’s true for all ages of children, of course. But maintaining a good relationship can be more difficult once kids hit the teen years.