Probably the most common complaint of a teenager is “my parents don’t understand me”. In this article, our young author, Alina, will talk about how to find a common language with a teenager. Because who but the teenagers themselves can give the answer to this question.
It would seem that family – people who know you better than you, have lived with you all your life,and there is no kinder. But suddenly something happens, and as if at the click of your fingers you become strangers, as if you were not familiar at all. It’s just that the points of view of adults and children often do not coincide, and there is a misunderstanding and the very “conflict of generations” that is so often spoken about. Continue reading
At 13, adolescence is in full swing. The body and attitude to it changes, active separation from parents begins, in the language of psychology, “separation”. Many past beliefs have been destroyed, and now it’s time to find and establish new ones. A 13-year-old teenager opens up a huge number of realizations, conflicts and ways to cope with them.
Strange, but often it is at thirteen that the most serious and improbable things happen.
What happens to a child at the age of 13: age features
Thirteen years is an explosion for a teenager. It is as if at 11 years old he was approaching a cliff, at 12 he fell off it, and at 13 he is already flying down at breakneck speed. Continue reading