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Parents of teenagers can use all the help they can get. Here you will find articles that will allow you to dig deeper into this site's parents of teens resources so you can learn all there is to know about parenting your teen.
  1. Cars and Driving
  2. Coping with Grief/Loss and Teens
  3. Dealing with Youth Risk Behaviors
  4. Establishing Discipline, Rules and Responsibilities
  5. Fun Things to Do with Teens
  6. Improve Your Relationship with Your Teen
  7. Managing Everyday Life With Teens
  8. Observing Holidays and Special Occasions with Teens
  9. Managing Your Teen's Education
  10. Organizing Teen Parties and Get Togethers
  1. Parenting Contracts to Print and Use
  2. Parenting Young Adult Children
  3. Parenting Your Teen Athlete
  4. Raising Teen Boys
  5. Raising Teen Girls
  6. Raising a Healthy Teen and Promoting Wellness
  7. Support for Parents of Teens with Special Needs
  8. Talking and Listening to Your Teen
  9. Teaching Your Teen About Money And Financial Responsibility
  10. When the World Steps into Your Teen’s Life

Cars and Driving

Dad help son drive.

Driving is one of the biggest responsibilities your teen will have. Help your teenager become a better driver with these tips, information on state laws and how-to resources.

Coping with Grief/Loss and Teens

This section is for parents who have faced the loss of their teen or for parents of teens who have had a loss in their lives.

Dealing with Youth Risk Behaviors

Parents and teens face tough issues and problems can occur. Here are resources on where to get help and how to prevent deliquent behavior - drinking, drug use, sex, violence, running away and more.

Establishing Discipline, Rules and Responsibilities

Discipline can be one of the hardest jobs parents have to do. Using active discipline techniques can lead to positive character traits in our teenagers which will guide them to becoming happy young adults. With these articles you will learn about setting limits, establishing rules, developing a discipline style and teaching responsibility.

Fun Things to Do with Teens

Just because your child is growing up, doesn't mean all of the fun is over. Try these resources to add more fun in your day with your teen.

Improve Your Relationship with Your Teen

Parents who take the time to understand their teen's needs and learn about who they are as the person he/she is becoming will build a strong and lasting relationship with their soon-to-be adult child.

Managing Everyday Life With Teens

You knew what to do when you brought the baby home from the hospital, but did you know that life would just keep getting busier? Here are some resources for parents who are past babyhood and into the realm of teenagers.

Observing Holidays and Special Occasions with Teens

Fun and happy times make for great memories for both you and your teen. Find resources here that will add fun to your holidays and special occasions and/or help them run more smoothly so that the whole family can enjoy these times.

Managing Your Teen's Education

Whether your teen is a straight-A student or struggles in school, he/she needs you to help him/her guide the way to obtaining the best possible education. Your teen needs your involvement in his/her school in order to achieve. Learn what you can do with our education resources for parents of teenagers.

Organizing Teen Parties and Get Togethers

Do you know how to throw a teen party? What do you do to keep your teen and their friends from being bored in your home? Answer these questions here with our teen party and get together resources for parents.

Parenting Contracts to Print and Use

Sometimes clear communication takes the written word. While, your teen may feel that a parenting contract isn't necessary, often may arguments and bad feeling could have been prevent if parents had used a contract. Help your teen think of these as more of an action plan, where his/her say is important and can be written down to be abided by also. Be sure to compromise with your teen and feel free to cross things out or add things to make these parenting contracts your own.

Parenting Young Adult Children

Your young adult is still your child and will still need you. Although, it behooves us - and them - to take a large step back and let them live their lives, it's not always easy. This is especially true when your young adult child is living in your home. Here are some resources that will help.

Parenting Your Teen Athlete

Teens who play sports have some extra concerns with getting to practice, learning teamwork, school spirit and more. Parenting a teen athlete can be exhausting, but also fulfilling. Take a look at our resources for any help you may need.

Raising Teen Boys

Issues, tips and concerns relating to bring up a teenage boy.

Raising Teen Girls

Issues, tips and concerns relating to bringing up teenage girls.

Raising a Healthy Teen and Promoting Wellness

Health resources specifically related to teen issues such as hygiene, emotional health, diet, exercise and more. Learn how to be proactive about your teen's health and teach that positive skill to your teen.

Support for Parents of Teens with Special Needs

Special needs in children can mean anything from children of divorce to children with disabilities. Here you will find resources to help you deal with these concerns as they relate to teens.

Talking and Listening to Your Teen

Communication is the number one way to keeping your teenager happy and healthy. Talking to your teen will open doors for both of you and strengthen your relationship. Learn to talk to your teen about the life issues they are facing using our communication resources.

Teaching Your Teen About Money And Financial Responsibility

Teens love to learn about money, especially when they can have some to help with the lesson. Here are resources that will help you teach your teen financial responsibility.

When the World Steps into Your Teen’s Life

Between violence in the media, ads marketing to teens and teen celebrities doing what they do, you have to wonder if anyone's teen will grow up normal. Use these resources to help you.

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