Final week, whereas the children had been off of college due to the ice and snow, Jesse and I sat down and interviewed Kathrynne, our 16-year-old.
She answered a few of your questions that you simply’d submitted on subjects like:
- how mother and father can construct stronger relationships with their teenagers
- why she seems like she will be able to belief us
- her trustworthy ideas on youngsters and social media
- how she feels most heard and understood (and what makes her really feel like we’re not listening/paying consideration)
- what studying to drive has been like, and extra!
In This Episode:
[00:33] We had been snowed in… after which we had been iced in!
[02:52] Kathrynne is becoming a member of us to reply a few of your questions.
[04:39] How does Kathrynne really feel about my lively Instagram presence?
[05:42] What makes her really feel most heard and understood?
[07:15] She shares the issues we try this make her really feel like she isn’t being heard.
[09:57] What recommendation would she give different youngsters youthful than her?
[12:01] How can mother and father attempt to domesticate trust-filled relationships with their youthful kids?
[14:59] Why mother and father shouldn’t pre-decide that the teenage years are going to be exhausting.
[17:13] Methods mother and father can reconnect with teenagers who appear actually distant.
[18:44] Issues to contemplate concerning social media through the teenage years.
[20:48] Teenagers need to have the ability to make their very own choices, particularly concerning their time and pursuits.
[27:24] What’s it been like studying learn how to drive?
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