The answer is neither and both. One minute they may act like a child and demand attention, and the next minute they may complain that they should be able to make all of their own rules (without you involved). Teens need to start practicing some independence since that is a developmental task of adolescence. They also need to be dependent upon a parent for support, supervision and guidance. They need the safety net that comes from having parents who are fully involved in their ongoing care and development. (more…)
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To select a therapist from their list, use these guidelines:
Make appointments with several different therapists · Don’t feel obligated to continue seeing the same therapist, especially if it is your first appointment or you don’t feel the therapist meets your needs. Of course, it is perfectly acceptable to make future appointments with the same therapist if you are comfortable and happy with him or her. (more…)
Guess what problem is giving college administrators nightmares this admissions season? No, it’s not frat hazing, binge drinking or the out-of-control cost of tuition. What really scares higher educators right now, according to a New York Times survey, is the increasing presence of women on campus.