When raising teenagers parents sometimes wonder where there little wonders went and who the seriously misunderstood and rebellious species are that they share a home with.
This time of a child’s life is most probably the most crucial time for positive parenting methods and when good parenting skills need to be displayed. A teenager overreacts and dramatizes everything for good reason, still a child treading into adult waters. At this time in a child’s life instead of stepping away a parent should rather implement positive parenting. Here are 5 techniques that might help in the process.
FOR GOOD PARENTING SKILLS DON’T READ TOO MANY GOOD PARENTING BOOKS FOR RAISING TEENAGERS
Teenagers are rebellious by nature and too much of what to do and what not to do might cause the next World War at home. Trust your instincts and know what to do and when to do it.
Positive parenting tips are fantastic to use as a guideline but remember no one knows your child as well as you do and in this regard react and hone into your own positive parenting methods.
TOO MUCH OR TOO LITTLE DISCIPLINE DOES NOT FORM PART OF GOOD PARENTING SKILLS FOR RAISING TEENAGERS
Sometimes it is suggested that we remind ourselves how it felt to be a teenager and the joys of peer pressure and finding our own identity in a sometimes cruel world. There is a very thin line between too much and too little discipline.
Too much punishment will cause your budding teenager to go against just about everything you expect of them in other words exactly the opposite of good parenting, too little discipline and more freedom than needed allow your teens to think they have you wrapped around their little finger.