2/18/11: Articles for Parents This Week

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Top Articles:

An Interesting Study on Drug Use Prevention
How an experiment with rats and morphine can help improve our skills in promoting drug prevention to our teens.

I Need to Be Needed: Relationships as Regulators
The difference between regulatory and non-regulatory relationships and the need to be needed versus the need to be loved.

Articles from Teens:

Teenage Super-Mum
7 tips to being a star parent in a teen’s eyes.

Bullying: Emerging in Online Social Networks
Recent teen suicides have changed the way people view online privacy.

The Silent Plague: High School Dropouts
How to combat the alarming rate of high school drop outs.

Four Simple Steps To Great Family Vacations
With Spring Break right around the corner, tips on how to choose a vacation that will be fun and enjoyable for all those involved.

Radio Waves: Do We Still Hear them Now?
Though teens still listen to the radio, most have transitioned to the Internet.

What Kind of Parent Will I Be?
Without a magical formula, it’s tough to imagine what kind of parent a teen will become.

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