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Rebellion Abnormal Personality

Rebellion Abnormal Personality

"Don't fence me in!!!" That response indicates an intense "rebellious child" having a major freak-out in reaction to what they experience as an attempt to tie them down like Gulliver in Lilliput. They in no way want to be pinned down on anything, and...

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Teenage Daughter Emotion

Teenage Daughter Emotion

Teenage girls are on an emotional roller coaster that begins during their early childhood years, especially after beginning school. As they get older, reach puberty and become teens, girls have learned to use nonverbal behaviors like eye rolling, hand...

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Teenage Peer Pressure

Teenage Peer Pressure

What Is Peer Pressure ? Peer pressure is a type of pressure exerted by a social group that influences the way a person acts or behaves. It can also influence the person's beliefs and values. Basically due to peer pressure, a person's behavior changes...

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Parenting: A Godly Blueprint

Parenting: A Godly Blueprint

Few responsibilities are more important than the raising of children. It's critical that Christian parents turn to the pages of the Bible for wisdom as they fulfill this responsibility. Raising children successfully requires love, patience, commitment,...

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Step-Parenting

Step-Parenting

Rights and Responsibilities of Step-Parents This is a topic which causes much unease and unhappiness within the parenting community. We are all aware of the difficulties parents have when divorcing and there is a child or children involved. Who has custody?...

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Parenting: A Biblical Approach

Parenting: A Biblical Approach

My parents were the single-most important factor in leading me to pursue a relationship with Jesus Christ. Without applying any pressure, their examples of godly living and genuine transformation made me want to know more about God, read the Bible, attend...

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Defiant Teenagers

Defiant Teenagers

All children are oppositional from time to time. They may argue, talk back, disobey and defy parents, teachers and other adults. This is a natural part of growing up. Children tend to be particularly oppositional when they are hungry, tired, stressed...

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Teenagers Must Learn to say "NO"

Teenagers Must Learn to say "NO"

Your child faces a number of tough decisions in her life. Since making friends and fitting in are important to many children, peer pressure has a big impact on decisions, especially on those about drug, alcohol, and tobacco use. Children may be afraid...

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Your Teenager's Friends

Your Teenager's Friends

Recently, a well known educator and speaker on parenting issues made a list of all the difficult questions parents had been asking him about their teens. He noticed that of all the issues that are bothering parents, the number one concern is what to do...

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