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How To Utilize Time In Teenage

Teenagers feel a high level stress during to teenage. They worry about their changing body, struggle with sexuality and search for their identity. The psychological and emotional stresses can lead to talk about suicide, delinquency, perfectionist behavior, or failure at school. Neglecting personal appearance, increased irritability and exhaustion are other signs of tension.

Teenagers should know and discuss their problems and should have developed problem-solving skills. They need special help and support from parents to solve the problem. During early adolescence, teens are very sensitive to criticism. Self-esteem is generally low. It should to parents that, they always aware about their teen's common problem as eating or weight problems, excessive daydreaming, drug abuse or nervous tics. Anger, alcohol addiction, stress, hostile tendency are some common problem in teens daily life.

Teenagers need to find constructive ways to deal with their daily life problem. As your teenager learns that he can deal with problems, he gains a positive attitude about himself. Perhaps the most effective way to help your teenager manage his stress is to keep the lines of communication open. He may not want or need your advice, but he will appreciate your attention. Teens can work off some of their stresses in aerobics, swimming, and other exercises. These are very affective way of dealing with daily life problem.

Teenager cannot escape the tension and the pressures that come with living in today's daily life. But they can learn ways to cope. As a parent, you can help your teen in a number of ways:

1.Teach your teenager to solve problems. He needs to learn to identify the problem, possible solutions, and then to select the best choice.
2.Communicate with your teens. Find out what's happening in his life.
3.Be honest and open with him.
4.Tell teens about the family's goals and discuss difficulties, without burdening them with your problems.
5.Compliment teens when they do well, and don't forget hugs and kisses.
6.Make sure your teenage girl has periods of quiet time so that he can relax. Teach him physical
7.Be supportive. Mutual respect and shared values help during periods of stress. Your child needs to let off steam.
8.Set the house rules and a routine
9.Learn to praise wanted behaviors and to ignore mild unwanted behaviors
10.Use appropriate ways to let the teen know what you want from him or her
11.Planning ahead and working with children in public places.
12.Use daily charts and point systems for both rewards and consequences