Let Your Parents Into Your Life

More advice for your teen by teens: Want to know why you should let parents into your life? Imagine if a teacher gave your class zeros for not completing homework that was never assigned. You can’t do something you don’t know about. When we don’t tell our parents what is going on in our lives, we risk isolating ourselves from getting support. Don’t set up your parents to fail by acting like the teacher who never told the students about the assignment. Clue your parents into your whole life so they can take action and support you.

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This article was written by the former chair of our Youth Advisory Board, Sarah Hinstorff.

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