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/ Feb 20, 2019

Parenting in 100 Words: Write Your Teen a Letter

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If a picture is worth 1000 words, then a letter from your parents welcoming you into adolescence is easily worth ten times that value. Don’t worry if your child is already in the middle of their teen years; you’re never too late to tell your kid in no uncertain terms how much they mean to you. Let them know that you’re confident in their ability to navigate these years and that you will always have their back. That letter can become a physical object they tuck into their back pocket whenever they’re setting out on a new adventure.

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