March Power of Choice Newsletter
Reported by email@example.com on 3/7/17
Parents often take becoming independent to mean that their teen must “separate” from them and give in to peer influence. A more realistic, healthy and developmentally appropriate way to view autonomy is to see it as the parent and the teen figuring out together a new relationship which is based on the teen becoming more mature. It means that teens still stay connected to their parents (but in different ways) and allowing parents and teens to learn to relate to each other in new ways.
March Power of Choice Newsletter (pdf)
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