Talking With Parents
Learn some easy tips for improving communication with parents, caregivers, and other adults. These are tips you can use now and throughout your lives in your future relationships.
Parents can sometimes be overprotective. Learn how to teach them when to worry and when to trust that you can handle things on your own.
Part of growing up means learning to be your own advocate. Who better to speak up for yourself than...you? Learn how to get what you need and make your voice heard.
If you want to avoid confrontational conversations with parents or adults, take a different tact. Try using an “I Statement” as part of your conversation strategy to avoid putting others on the defensive. Here’s how.
Did you know that there’s a way to partner with your parents to develop a discipline approach that you both agree on? Read this to learn how to communicate what you want and need from your parents when it comes to rules and privileges.
If we want our parents to focus on more than grades or scores, we have to be willing to share more of our thoughts, feelings and experiences. Learn why and how.