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I’m a parenting expert and family coach. Our 21st century tweens and teens are so savvy about pop culture, technology and social media, they may believe they’ve got the emotional and interpersonal part of life figured out too. They don’t. Middle and high school kids need their parents to teach them how to be good people who do the right thing, online and off. Because home is where kids learn the most about love, respect, empathy and resilience, you need 21st century parenting advice you can count on.

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Letters from Parents & Teens

“My fiancee's son is very destructive.”


Out of Control Teens:
“My daughter acts like a baby”

Dear Annie,

I am getting ready to marry. We have been together for 3 years now, and have lived together for 2. She has 2 children. Her 14 year old daughter has a loud mouth, not unnatural for her age. Her 17 year old son however is very destructive. Like today, I go outside to find a light bulb smashed...


Hey Terra,

My daughter just over-reacts to everything. I just don't know what to do. She is too sensitive and I want to get her more tough. What is wrong with my daughter? Why is she like this? She cries about everything and always wants to tell me "the problem" but she always tells me at the wrong time,...

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