12/24/10: Articles for Parents This Week

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Top Articles:

A New Worry: Digital Tattoos
Four talking points to help parents keep their teens internet savvy.

Emotional Intelligence: How to Teach Emotional Literacy Skills to Teens and Kids
Emotional Intelligence is just one of the many facets to our intelligence. Here are five great talking points to teach your kids about Emotional Intelligence.

Articles from Guests:

To Give Or Not To Give A Kids Allowance?
Mom, teacher, entrepreneur Amanda van der Gulik weighs the pros and cons of each side to this popular debate.

Articles from Teens:

Top 4 Gift Ideas for Teens
Four great gift ideas for any teen.

The Christmas Season: Why I Love It Plus Awesome Gift Ideas For The Ones On Your List
Gift ideas broken down for your teen girls and boys.

Senioritis: The 3 Ways to Avoid It & How parents Can Help
How to keep your high school senior motivated once those college apps are in.

3 Things You Should Know About Teen Depression
There are plenty of stresses in a teens life: school work, bullying, peer pressure, family issues, etc. How to not let these stresses manifest itself into teen depression.

10 Fun Winter Break Activities
From going out holiday shopping to staying in with a good book, there are plenty of fun ways to spend this winter break.

Cheap And Simple Gifts That Teens Can Give Their Parents And Teachers
Holidays aren’t just about receiving, they are also about giving. Here are some thrifty options for teens to give to the important adults in their life.

Presents: The One Thing That Instantly Crosses Our Minds When We Think of Christmas
Why this time of year shouldn’t only be about presents.

Giving Back During the Giving Season
A few national organizations that are great to volunteer with this holiday season.

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