How to manage or handle teenagers

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Hi Friends,

Here, I would like you all to discuss about, HOW TO HANDLE TEENAGERS.

As a mother of an adult son, I feel that I have some experience in handling the TEENAGERS.


You all may share the tips along with me, so that, this thread may be helpful for many mothers of Teenage children

If necessary, mothers may also ask their doubts here, and get some solutions if possible.
 
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Actually, the adolescence may start from the age of 8 itself.

It may not be seen from outside, but the children may undergo many hormonal changes inside them.

It may differ from one child to another.

The first difference, we could find in them, would be, their separation from the parents.

When, they want to be alone and away from parents, while sleeping or any other time, please do not get frightened or disheartened by their activity. This is quite normal.

Actually, they want to be independent. So, do not force them, to sleep them with you as before.

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hi akka, just now i posted the reply for this teen agers problem..
again shall i post it in ur thread...
 

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hi...... good evening,,,,,,,,,,,

its not very difficult task to manage the teen agers......
because of hormone change, we feel some different activities in them...
first one..
their dressing code,
second the crush in opposite sex..
third always like to be lonely..
fourth keep on dreaming...
slight diversion and less concentration from studies..
like to chat more with friends through mobile or internet..

to overcome this issues,

u be a good friend to ur daughter,,,
talk openly to her..
guide her in a polite way...
try to give practise about meitation to ur daughter .
indirectly monitor her activities..
dont use harsh words ..
dont stress her to study..
while she is studying u sit along with her..
keep the computer in the common places like hall or living room.. so that they cant misuse the internet....
finally dont keep on watching themm.. be friendly.. thats all


regards,

viji

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hi...... good evening,,,,,,,,,,,

its not very difficult task to manage the teen agers......
because of hormone change, we feel some different activities in them...
first one..
their dressing code,
second the crush in opposite sex..
third always like to be lonely..
fourth keep on dreaming...
slight diversion and less concentration from studies..
like to chat more with friends through mobile or internet..

to overcome this issues,

u be a good friend to ur daughter,,,
talk openly to her..
guide her in a polite way...
try to give practise about meitation to ur daughter .
indirectly monitor her activities..
dont use harsh words ..
dont stress her to study..
while she is studying u sit along with her..
keep the computer in the common places like hall or living room.. so that they cant misuse the internet....
finally dont keep on watching themm.. be friendly.. thats all


regards,

viji



​Yes Viji......you are very much correct.
 

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Hi Jayanthi sis :)
Good Starting. I think it will very useful thread. Now a days its very difficult to handle them and take much more care about them.

Viji and Jayanthi sis Both of urs tips are very useful. Thanks for this and keep updating :)
 
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Hi Jayanthi sis :)
Good Starting. I think it will very useful thread. Now a days its very difficult to handle them and take much more care about them.

Viji and Jayanthi sis Both of urs tips are very useful. Thanks for this and keep updating :)

Thanks Nathasaa.....ya, this thread will be updated now and then.
 

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Hi Friends,
Nice to see this thread. I just posted my search about this kind of thread few days beofer.. nice to see this. Thanks Jayanthi...

I accept all your views.. But when we find the mistakes after so many counselling to them also, I am feeling more emotional... I am questining mu sel that Am I not a good mother as like my MOM..... even my MOM was not very friendly as I am with my daughter.... My daughter was close to me till last year... & now hesistant to share many thing & hiding... she wanted to maintain her ego with me & telling many lies too.... I am really sick about this kind of situatuion only...
 

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