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Yet evidence suggests that a long line of anonymous daughters made the difference in our survival, not the few first-born sons we recall. Here is a straightforward framework that can help to re-balance this crucial commodity. on April 02, 2018 in Theory and Praxis Many cultures want sons, not daughters. on April 02, 2018 in Emptying The Nest Frustrated by the imbalance of responsibility carried by you and your young adult? on April 02, 2018 in Surviving (Your Child's) Adolescence Developmentally insecure young adolescents can resort to verbal toughness with peers for their social protection. on March 31, 2018 in Growing Friendships When parents have expectations that don’t fit a particular child at a particular time, it sets that child up for feeling like a failure. on March 31, 2018 in Growing Friendships Just as children experience a continuum of linking from “casual friends” to “best friends,” they also experience a continuum of disliking from “nonfriends” to "worst enemies." By Eileen Kennedy-Moore Ph.
Ray Guarendi As a family psychologist, I am often asked by parents when their children should begin dating. Let’s suppose that you’ve decided to begin dating discussions when your daughter turns 16.
They usually hasten to inform me, “All his (her) friends are dating.” My quick answer is: When they’re married, and only with their spouse. Now back in the old days — the early 1980s — you met resistance for such a decision mainly from the children. You can’t wrap a moral bubble around them; they have to deal with life. A recent survey suggested that if a child has a first date between the ages of 11 and 13, he or she has a 90% probability of being sexually active during senior year in high school. Key factors to consider in granting any type of dating freedom are your child’s: • moral maturity • independence of thought • history of conduct in other social settings • strength of will • social judgment • choice of friends • responsibility toward schoolwork • respect for authority.
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