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Having friends, finding new friendships and friendly relationships is an important part of preteen and teen development. Talking to your teen about how to be a good friend and what a healthy friendship is can help them as they mature. While they have learned to 'play well with others' during their childhood, developing independent friendships is a different matter. When they were younger, parents often arranged play dates.
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By Terri Apter PhD. To find out if you and your daughter are effectively communicating about sex, take The Sex Talk Test she designed for Oprah. Show that you are interested in what she has to say about sex. Allow pauses in your own speech; these will invite her to respond. When she does speak, take time to think about what she has said and ask for clarification. Avoid jumping to conclusions about what she thinks and feels. Avoid telling her what she should think or feel.
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Sex education is offered in many schools, but don't count on classroom instruction alone. Sex education needs to happen at home, too. Here's help talking to your teen about sex. Sex education basics may be covered in health class, but your teen might not hear — or understand — everything he or she needs to know to make tough choices about sex. That's where you come in.
As a therapist and the mother of three teenagers myself, I know firsthand that the more you push your kids, the more they get defensive and dig in their heels. They become reactive in the form of explosiveness or shutting down and ignoring you. Clamming up or exploding are both ways your teenagers attempt to manage their stress and defend themselves. In fact, these may be the only ways your teen knows how to communicate when things get intense—which of course only causes more conflict.