Teens

You’ve successfully gotten your child through childhood and handled all the challenges and difficulties that entails. So why look at their transition to adolescence with so much concern? No need to panic! This stage of life is full of changes and new needs that you will be able to handle well too. We’ll guide you on how to help them grow in maturity, independence, and happiness. Come with us step by step and we’ll give you all the information you’ll need.

What Should Parents Know About Bullying?

In an ideal world, bullying would always be resolved at school without any need for parental intervention. In practice, however, it’s not always a simple matter to solve, and there are different environmental factors that have a great influence. Regardless…

How to Keep Kids Learning During the Summer

If kids don’t continue learning during the summer vacation, they can forget many of the things they learned at school. This is known as The Summer Slide and to avoid it, you should keep their minds busy during their break. After…

Can Parents Check Their Children’s Social Media?

Can parents check their children’s social media activity without or against their consent? In the article below, we’ll help you reflect more on what type of control parents should practice over their children’s internet use. Social media has become a…

Adolescent Children and Lying: What Should I Do?

During adolescence, youngsters transition from being focused on their family to becoming focused on their friends. This may lead to a problem with adolescent children and lying as they tend to avoid responsibility and exaggerate things. They may also make…

Adolescents Acting Out for Attention: 9 Examples

The reasons for adolescents acting out for attention are varied. It depends a lot on their family relationships and their social surroundings. Adolescents acting out for attention is often a sign of communication problems with their parents. Adolescent children might…

The Meiosis Process Explained to Children

The term meiosis comes from the Greek word for reduction. Along with mitosis, the meiosis process relates to cell production, but unlike mitosis, it creates four haploid cells, instead of a diploid cell. What does this mean and what are…

Stereotypes and Prejudices Regarding Adolescents

The use of stereotypes and prejudices regarding adolescents is very common, which makes it a very dangerous risk factor. Comprehending our society and the context within which we find ourselves can be a difficult and complex task. For this reason,…

Learn All About Sleep Problems in Teens

Sleep problems in teens are quite common, mostly because teens tend not to sleep as much as they need to in order to ensure their body works properly. Sleep quality influences brain maturation, which goes through a critical stage during…

10 Job Interview Tips for Teens

Going on a job interview can be a daunting experience, especially for inexperienced teens. In the following article, we’ll provide 10 helpful job interview tips for teens. When going to a first job interview, the question that many teenagers ask…

Appendicitis in Teens: Symptoms and Treatment

Appendicitis is an infection or inflammation of the appendix that causes severe acute pain. Generally, it affects people between the ages of 10 and 16 years old. You must treat appendicitis in teens very quickly. To do this, doctors take out…

The Benefits of Summer Jobs for Teens

The arrival of summer means that teens have a lot of free time. For some, it’s the perfect time to have their first professional experiences and start to earn their own income. Today, we’ll take a look at some of the…

Seeking Popularity Among Teens

Seeking popularity is natural among teens, as long as it’s within normal parameters. Socializing becomes fundamental to their lives. Teens need to identify with their social circle, and feel they belong and are accepted. Sometimes we see everything that happens during…