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Why Teens Tune Out Nagging Parents (and How to Do Better)

Teens are known for eye-rolling, one-word responses and sass, but parents have some work to do in the communication department, too.

How to Set a Curfew for Teens

Learn how parents can keep their tweens and teens safe with firm yet fair rules and consequences. Read this advice on setting a curfew for teens.

Michigan STOPPED Program Alerts Parents if Teen’s Pulled Over

The Michigan Sheriffs' STOPPED program gives you a heads up within 48 hours. Learn what teens should know about what to do while being pulled over, too.

Top 5 Sneaky Places Teens Hide Drugs

Parents beware: After reading this list, you’ll start seeing the drug-concealing potential of every household item. Get informed with this insightful read.

Yes, Parents Should be Friends With Their Teens

Anasie Tayyen, a West Bloomfield mom of three, says that she believes in 'friendly parenting' and is friends with her kids, but not BFFs.

No, Parents Should Not be Friends With Their Teens

Lynne Golodner, a Huntington Woods mom of four, says definitely not. Instead, she tries to draw lines and remain a cool, connected parent.

The Deal on Why Teens Steal

For all the ethics lessons parents try to pass on, even seemingly 'good' kids steal. Is your child an offender? Find out why teens steal and what you can do to stop it.

‘Please Stop Me’ Teen Traffic Stops by Southfield Police

Don't miss these 'practice' teen traffic stops for drivers on April 11, 2019. Plus, the top three things teens should remember if they're pulled over by police.

After #Trashtag, Show Your Teens These Hashtag Challenges

The #trashtag challenge that saw teens cleaning up parks and beaches is an inspiration to us all. Can we trick teens into more good work with these hashtags?

Teen Privacy: The Closed-Door Policy

Somewhere around age 12, kids start locking their bedroom doors. Decide where you'll draw the line on tween and teen privacy.

Teenage Sarcasm: Taking a Stroll in the Snark

The eye rolls, the droll, dripping tone – if you've got a teen, you've likely had a taste of teenage sarcasm. Discover why it's normal and how to draw some lines, too.

How to Become a Potted Plant Parent for Your Tween or...

A new study shows teens need their parents around more than they might let on, so how can you be there without overdoing it? Check out these tips on being a "potted plant" parent.
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