Have you ever had those moments "arrrghh" now last with your teen? Welcome to the club! It is not the only parent who is distressed with the problems of teenagers today.

Always keep in mind that no one taught us how to educate children and that you are learning and growing with them. It's normal.

Whatever your teen's problem, whether emotional, behavioral or family, take heart, there is always a solution.

When the first problems occur during adolescence, parents usually react with restrictive measures. Concerned about the welfare of their children, exercise their authority to have more control over their lives.

Although these measures can be effective, especially for your child at risk of harm are not always the most appropriate.

Sometimes it is wiser to operate differently.

First of all, you should try to understand her son. If he or she has a disturbing behavior should not be seen just how annoying it is his attitude. It is only the outward manifestation of a much larger problem.

In the same way it is useless to detach the leaves of a bush to stop it, you should go to the root of the matter.

Many of the problems in our teens today are rooted in the lack of time for the parents.

This is because one of the things that has suffered in our busy world today is the family. In many homes today is only one parent and, if the two, both parents work.

It is a fact that sometimes we can not change, but it does help that we are aware of their negative effects on our family. In this way we can minimize the damage that our lifestyles may be causing our children.

Use every moment to be with your teen. For this stage of his life as a father - who just a couple of years if you think about it - it's best to stop other activities aside and focus on your child, especially if it has problems. You have a few years to make a difference in the life of his son. It is better for advantage.

A couple of hours a week can make a difference from heaven to earth for the life of his son. Remember, always a premium on quality over quantity of time.

Take time to talk with your teen. Accompany your activities and get involved in their lives. If it does so with a genuine interest in his life, he or she is going to open and soon you will find having the most incredible conversations with your teen. There go the road.

Do not be surprised with their hairstyles, tattoos, "piercing" or ways of dressing. It's more important what is happening in the heart of his son that what is happening outside. The external change, but the heart may have wounds, fears and insecurities that will be detrimental to their future lives. Focus on that.

Understand that differences of opinion you have with your teenager is normal and necessary. Your child is developing its own personality and sometimes manifest in a clumsy and immature, but needs to express it.

At such times the language of love and understanding is much more powerful than the authority and control.

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