Shmuel is a regular teenager living in Jerusalem with his parents, sisters and goldfish. His family decided to move to a new community where he was having a hard time finding friends. Eventually, he found a group of friends whom he finally felt able to connect with. The problem was that this group of friends was a troubled group of boys well known to the local police. Shmuel was a kind, gentle, and loving young man but he felt the need to prove himself to his new group of fri
“Everyone needs a house to live in, but a supportive family is what builds a home.”Anthony Liccione Families come in many different configurations with different kinds of people in the “parent” role and an equally diverse field of those in the “child” position if there are children. What are some of the features that allow us to lump all these groups of people under the heading of “family?” They all represent a unit that provides the members with an emotional bond, a sense of
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How can parents insure their teen’s safety while also allowing the teen the freedom he or she needs to learn to make appropriate choices on their own? Answer:
Effective communication is the key. In the summer, teens have more unstructured time to manage. Most adolescents like this time to just hang out, and be available to do “whatever.” This creates anxiety for the parents who feel more secure when they know