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Europe: When are they ready to leave the nest?
Eurostat, 14 May 2019.
Data shows that on average young people leave the parental household at the age of 26 years in the EU Member States. However, this age varies significantly among Member States.
US: What parents can do as rates of youth suicide continue to rise
Katie Aupperle - Valley News, 6 May 2019.
Alarming statistics say suicide is the second leading cause of death for people under the age of 24, and studies suggest suicide rates are continuing to rise.
UK children’s health “harmed by gap with adult services”
Amelia Hill - The Guardian, 28 April 2019.
Charities are campaigning for a cross-governmental body to develop a coordinated response for vulnerable 16- and 17-year-olds who are in need – but not taken into care – because of domestic violence, mental health, substance misuse, going missing from home, sexual and other forms of exploitation.
Young adulthood in America: parenting doesn’t stop
Kevin Quealy and Claire Cain Miller - The New York Times, 13 March 2019.
Dad shows up at your job interview. Mom makes your medical appointments. A recent college bribery scandal is an extreme example of a broader pattern.
When parenting teens, keep calm and don’t carry on
University of Rochester, 20 February 2019.
The field of adolescent psychology is increasingly focused on parents, with researchers asking how mothers and fathers control themselves in difficult interactions with their children.
Young adults living at home are costing Aussie parents $12.2b a year
Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon - Sydney Morning Herald, 31 May 2018.
According to a survey of 1000 Australians, that frighteningly fat figure is calculated from ABS data and the spend reported by parents in this survey.
7 mistakes parents make with teens
Kathryn Streeter - The Washington Post, 24 April 2018.
Providing your teens with greater autonomy as they grow essentially means learning a new way to care for them. The learning curve will be well worth your time and effort, however, rewarding you with natural camaraderie.
Your changing adolescent
Cynthia Martin - Sequim Gazette, 18 April 2018.
Sometimes it isn’t the way your teen behaves that needs some changing, it is also the way he talks. As he grows closer to adulthood, you teen also learns how to get and use power in the words he uses.
Why teenagers become ‘allergic’ to their parents
Lisa Damour - The New York Times, 11 April 2018.
Growing up involves becoming separate from our parents. This project often begins in early adolescence with an abrupt and powerful urge to distinguish oneself from the adults at home.
Order through chaos: teaching teenagers how to think
Eric Bennion - Chicago Dads Group, 23 March 2018
The author realized that in the coming years, his job is not to tell his children what to think, it is to teach them how to.
China’s millennials balance expectations
WBUR, 27 February 2018.
New book of Zak Dychtwald, who has spent much of his 20s living in and learning about China, and observing how his fellow millennials there navigate their relationship with their parents, entrepreneurship, marriage and politics.
What it’s like growing up with a terminally ill parent
Charlotte Whitehead - The Telegraph, 3 February 2018.
Growing up with a terminally ill parent has made the author a more patient, loving and grateful person.
Teenagers need more sleep thanks to good policy and good parenting
Wendy Troxel - USA Today, 26 January 2018.
We need to overcome resistance to later school start times. More rest improves teens' well-being, public safety and academic performance.
Tips for parenting teens during the holiday frenzy
Kristen Galloway - Omaha, 7 December 2017.
You and your teenager may become out of sorts during holidays. Patience is necessary. Here are some helpful tips to help you get through the holidays with your teenager.
3 myths about your teen’s bad attitude
Alan Kazdin - Time, 17 December 2017.
Many things can be done about your teenager’s behavior and attitude — none of them is surprising, but each has to be implemented in a specific way.
Study shows teens’ bonds with parents impact future parenting
Medical XPress, 20 October 2017.
New research has put a spotlight on how adolescent girls' relationships with their parents can later affect their bonding experience with their own children.
Is it good for parents to accompany their children to college open days?
Peter McGuire - The Irish Times, 17 October 2017.
Most higher education institutions, including all of the universities, now organise talks and events for parents at open days, and there is usually a schedule done up with information specific for parents and guardians.
Throwing my children out might be an act of kindness
Saskia Sarginson - The Guardian, 19 August 2017.
When it comes to her four grownup, stay-at-home children, the author is caught between wanting to push them away and wanting to draw them closer. She and her husband often discuss ways to help them move out, but a corner of her heart feels bleak at the prospect of an empty house.
Marriage among millennials not dying in this family
Melissa Evans, Press-Telegram, 12 August 2017.
If marriage is dying, it’s not the fault of our younger peers. Between 1990 and 2015, the divorce rate actually doubled among those over 50.
Can parents stay connected with their teen sons?
Phyllis Fagell - The Washington Post, 18 April 2017.
Teen boys have powerful feelings, but parents often mistakenly assume their silence means they prefer to be disengaged. They have rich inner lives, and they care deeply about loyalty, friendship and protecting the people they love.
Ireland: Big increase in children who "find it easy to talk to their father"
Eilish O’Regan - The Independent, 7 March 2017.
Most children and teens in Ireland say they are happy with their lives and fewer are experimenting with alcohol, cigarettes and cannabis. But there are also signs of rising stress levels, with many youngsters buckling under the strain, leaving them at risk of depression and anxiety.
Parenting my teen feels really lonely right now
Randi Olin - THe Washington Post, 21 February 2017.
Despite having close family ties and friendships, parenting has become something of a solitary undertaking for the author. She can’t write about it. She can’t talk about it. She has never felt more alone in her thoughts.
Teen fathers must learn how to take more responsibility
Yan Carlos Cordero - The Lowell Sun, 12 February 2017.
Too few teen dads are involved in their children’s lives. They are not present physically or financially. Nearly 80 percent of teen parents don’t marry according to the Pew Research Center. Only 1 in 4 teen moms gets financial support from the dad, and if they do, it is often less than $2,000 annually.
How parenting tactics influence teens' problem behaviors
Mojgan Sherkat - University of California, 9 December 2016.
Yelling. Screaming. Slamming of doors. Sneaking out. Sound familiar? Perhaps you’re a parent with a teenager at home who partakes in “problem behaviors.” Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, may be able to help.
Influence of parenting to adolescents' rebellious conducts
Wayne Parker - Parent Herald, 12 December 2016.
A significant number if not every parent and their adolescent offspring confirms that they both bear different perspectives when it comes to how parenting is performed at home. When teens see parenting in a way that gives them despondence they showed more escalated levels of troublesome deeds such as belligerence and hostility.
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