When it comes to dealing with teenagers, we may use much the same skills as we did when they were younger, but at a greater remove. What teenagers want as much as when they were little is your love, your care, your respect and your attention. This can sometimes be hard if they seem to spend a lot of their time defying you, arguing with you and ignoring you.
What your teenager needs
What teenagers, even more than children, need is helpful attention. It may be possible to work together as a family to change things for the better. One of the side effects of sharing family meals is that it allows everyone round the table to feel valued and appreciated - another core need for teenagers. You can often tackle their defiance, argumentativeness and disregard by switching to positive setting.
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We hope that was the last time you thought about running away because there's a big difference between thinking about running away or walking a few blocks down the street and actually running away. And boring things like dental and health checks may be something they suddenly turn their noses up about. According to the National Runaway Switchboard, an organization that takes calls and helps kids who have run away or are thinking of running away, 1 in 7 kids between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away at some point. If the problem is as serious as abuse and a parent is involved, then talk to a teacher or counselor at school, a good friend's parent, a close relative, or another trusted teen wants away from home life.