3/18/11: Articles for Parents This Week

Hello Readers,

Hope you are having a lovely week!

Top Articles:

Why Teens Often Don’t Act Upset, But Are
All teens do not express their emotions the same, which does not mean they aren’t feeling anything!

The Science (and Power) of Cliques
A heartbreaking story teaches us the importance of friendship.

Articles from Guests:

Frightened By Your Teen’s Interests? Get Involved!
The key to kicking your fear is to dive right in to your teen’s interests, no matter how strange or scary they may seem to you.

Articles from Teens:

Share Your Pictures, Not Just Your Thoughts
Having fun with mobile photo apps.

Losing a Parent and Coping
How one teen overcame tragedy in stride.

Breaking Up: The Classy Girl’s Way
High school breakups can be tricky so here is a guide for the “dumper” or “dumped” on how to cope.

Five Ways To Get Your Children To Study Without Nagging
More encouragement and less consequence is the key to getting your child to study.

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