One Positive Reason Your Teen Isn’t Listening to You As Much As They Used to

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Isn't research cool? This neuroscience study really validates what so many teen parents are feeling....a shift away from their child's interest in the parent relationship and towards peers.

This doesn't mean they have stopped needing you, or relying on you (especially in those big overwhelming moments), but that they are developing a new set of experiences necessary for their eventual launch.

Hang in there. Even if it's a brain based shift, it isn't easy!



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