are teens taught respect to their parents in japan?

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Answered: Do you think teen parenting websites are really ...

This is my first time here,so how helpful is yet to be seen.I normally would talk to my Sister first then my Mom sometimes that leads to a tribunal (lol).I also talk with a close family friend who happens to be an educator.This is a solid format that hasn't failed in giving me the guidence that I ...

Answered: Teen boys/no respect

I have a 17 year old daughter and 20 year old son, my son is moved out, he never gave me no problems, but daugher has been kicked out of school and is boy crazey about her own boyfriend. Take away privledges away from them and have them help out with chores and reward them back with something. like ...

Answered: Why should parents be given joint custody?

Unless there is some reason for NOT awarding joint custody - such as being un-fit - or homeless - or unemployed - or an alcoholic - or a druggie - or abusive, etc. then joint custody is awarded so each parent shares in the responsibilty of raising the child - & so the child would have as stable as ...

Answered: Opinion: Is it ok for a 43 y/o man (with a 15 y/o daughter) to date a 19

It is OK from the legal / moral point of view, and if you both feel well go on with that, BUT: 1. it is weird. You are more than double her age, much more matured and expirienced...... can't you find a nice lady, matured and expirienced as you are ? This 19 girl has to do what ...

Answered: Help... sex and teens

You should tell him or her that is best not to have sex at such a young age because of the possible consequences emotional stress, teen pregnancy, and sexually transmitted diseases that they are not ready to handle emotional or financially and that you won't pay for anything resulting from being so ...

Answered: Is there medical help for pregnant teens?

The Generations Program is one of a few programs in the United States designed to give teenage parents and their children access to health care. It serves parents 18 and younger, or 19 and younger with special-needs children. The program links with community-based services for teenaged parents ...
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Help me tell my parents I'm bisexual?

Are you looking for parental permission to be bi-sexual? Maybe you need to wait until you are more comfortable making your own decisions and feeling good about them, before involving them.

What if my teen can't fall asleep at bedtime?

Allow her to set her own bedtime schedule. Forcing her into a schedule you think will work could just be causing more stress for her, resulting in more difficulty going to sleep. Even if she chooses to stay up late for awhile letting her pick when she goes to sleep, brushes her teeth, etc. as long ...

Do you approve your teen son's dates? Why or why not?

I plan on being involved in my son's dating life (when the time comes) as long as he lets me. I wont force anything on him (that never works) but I will be there to monitor and give my thoughts when necessary. As for letting anyone have fun at anothers expense, that is the crap we have to stop ...

Why do I resent my parents at 19?

Ok, yeah. I understand where you are coming from, since I felt very similar to how you felt when I was that age (I just turned 30). So I'm going to tell you something you may not like to hear and may just annoy you as much as your parents annoy you. But this is what is going on- You're growing up ...