This interview will support parents whose children are in those teenage years that are trying to work our rules and boundaries around parties whilst feeling so far away from the communication we would have liked. Perhaps, thanks to Rachael, this is a window into an oftentimes closed world.
We think teens don't like boundaries but they actually know why they are needed and value them.
You don't have to like gaming, but if you like or love the person who is gaming,
Listen to the audio with Leigh here or click read more to hear more audios with other young people on their relationship with gaming. This audio was originally published on Stay in the Loop with Lucy.
There are lots of things teenagers look for from their parents and this months audios share different opinions, views, experiences and perspectives.
Every child/young adult/student is different. Listen to them and you will hear what they do not yet feel equipped to manage. Support them where necessary but always with a view to skilling them to feel equipped to deal with the situation when it comes around again.
Listen to the audios here or click read more. There are audios from parents who have completed their final exams and parents whose young adults chose a different pathway with no less success and solid self-esteem.
Listen to the up close and personal audios here and watch out for our next blog - the parents perspective - just to offer the full 360 degree perspective! This blog is for students and parents alike.
This is pertinent and important for both parents and young people, so we asked a number of teens what they remember about starting school and if it matched up to their expectations? Check out some of their wise contributions by clicking read more!
Big Little Kids is a collection of young voices who offer back from their experience of life. Kids of all ages from 8 to 78 years. Inside every human being there is a Big Little Kid.