It’s happened. Something you dreaded would happen the first time you caught sight of “that” kid you desperately hoped your kid wouldn’t think was cool — that kid you give the stink eye to every time you pick up yours from school.Yes, the “bad” kid that gets your kid to do all the things he wouldn’t normally do. The kid that is allowed to everything your kid isn’t. The kid that is funny, charming, and everything your kid wants to be.
What should we do about “that” kid?
Here are 5 incredible suggestion from parenting experts about what to do in the face of a grumpy tween or teen. Before you yell your head off, consider this…
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Perfectionism among young people is a real problem – but there is something YOU can do, parents.