Warnings sign parents of Mil teen can’t ignore
We want our military kids to stay young, we wish they would grow up. After years of teaching, nurturing and disciplining, our babies hit the teen years and start to spread their wings. And while we are still responsible for them – both physically and emotionally – it’s time we begin to let go.
When they are little it’s simple. If they are hungry we feed them, sick we nurture them back to health. And if they are hurt we kiss them to make it better. But things change when they hit the teen years. The “I’m, fine” response no longer holds true. A slammed door or angry retort to the simple inquiry whether chores are complete may not have anything to do with the question at hand. It can feel as though all of our parenting savvy disappeared overnight.
When my children were teens I found myself wondering if…
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