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How To Deal With Your Teen Aged children?

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Dealing with your teenage child can be an uphill task for all especially if you are a single parent. Due to your busy schedule, you are unable to give much time. Children often think that their parents cannot understand them completely. At this point, teenagers are prone to be impulsive.
Precautionary Advice
Always remember children are impressionable. They follow or listen to who they get influenced or love the most. You just need to drill it well into their mind that you are the one who loves them the most. Irrespective of how stubborn your child is Ultimately they will listen to you because you are the one whom they could rely on the most. You can save your child from taking a wrong impulsive decision.
Difficulties In Raising Your Teen
In spite of giving utmost care, it's never easy to convince your child to do what you want. They are accompanied by so many distractions or perhaps addictions. That weakens all our efforts. In addition to that sometimes we become the victim of our…

How to Respond Child’s Curiosity

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It is very normal if, your child is getting curious about things that are happening around him. It is a part of growing. Having an inquisitive child sometimes test your patience. A child deserves the answers with correct logic and reasoning especially from elder people like parents, grandparents, and teachers.
Children must be curious it's good for their intellectual development. You will find most of the child curious. While others who are not, it's our responsibility to stimulate curiosity in them.

Let us understand the following points on how to respond well.      
1. Answer Their Questions With Additional Information Children ask so many questions. It's better to feed them with some additional information, otherwise, they will switch to another irrelevant topic. If you give them a short answer they try o mug up things.
2. Be Equally Enthusiastic While Responding Show the energy and interest this is the most effective way to empower your child with knowledge.
3. Let them …