How to Gain a Teenager's Respect

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If you want a teen to respect you, engage them with genuine curiosity. Give them air time to share their perspectives and opinions and genuinely spend time considering what they have to say. They will surprise you with some of their insights and they will see you as an ally to their maturing process instead of another adult talking at them.

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