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/ Dec 07, 2018

Parenting in 100 Words: Teens and Stress

Parents

You taught your kids to wear a helmet while biking and a seat belt while riding in a car — now it’s time to teach them how to deal with stress. Stress is inevitable, yet we’re not born knowing how to navigate it. Teens can learn by watching you show them your master problem solving techniques (you know what you can change and what you can’t) as well as tricks you use to deep breathe through life’s ups and downs. Feel like you don’t have a handle on your own stress? Then make time for a study group with your teen!

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