How Can I Help My Teen Grow Up?
1. STOP Doing Things They Can Do for Themselves
Parents, if you do everything for your kids, don’t expect them to naturally outgrow that level of help.
2. STOP Sweating the Small Stuff (and Most of It Is Small Stuff)
Too often, parents are hyper-focused and overly involved in every aspect of their kid’s lives, big and small. And it’s doing nobody any favors.
3. STOP Preventing Them from Failing and Facing the Consequences of Their Choices
Your willingness to see your child struggle communicates that you believe they are capable and that they can handle any outcome, even a negative one.
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