In a world filled with out-of-school time options for young adults, new research points to the enduring, and positive, outcomes of leadership training for teens in both traditional and specialty camp settings.
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Do you ever feel like your child is doing something behind your back, or watching something you’ve told them not to?
How can you deal with this, and yet, as parents, still not appear overbearing or too controlling?
As a parent, do you find yourself feeling like…
“My teenager would rather talk to anyone but me.”
“Why does my son or daughter value their friends’ opinions over mine?”
Mom or dad, if this is you, lean in and read this short expose.
In these years of discovering our identity and defining our morals, friends play a huge role in the people we become. Here are some of the reasons why the friends we choose matter, and how you, as a parent, can play a role in the process.