Confidence is the belief that you’ll be successful. Here’s how to build confidence in your teenage child by focusing on effort rather than outcomes.
To achieve independence, teenagers need freedom to try new things, firm and fair family rules, good decision-making skills, and your guidance and support.
Building resilience is a key part of your teen’s development. Resilience comes from personal values, social skills, positive thinking habits and support.
Adolescence is a time of big social changes and emotional changes for your child. Here’s what to expect and how to support your child through the changes.
Early teenage relationships often involve exploring romance, physical intimacy and sexual feelings. You can guide your child through this important stage.