Parenting Teenagers

10 Tips to Stop Your Children Smoking


Nobody wants their children to start smoking. Once they start it is very difficult to get them to stop. If you have a child who smokes or would like some advice on how to reduce the chances of them ever starting then try our out Top 10 Tips to Stop Children Smoking.

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10 Tips to Stop Your Children Smoking

Activities for Confident Teenagers


Everyone would like their children to sail confidently through their teenage years. Here are eight social activities that you can work on before they become teenagers. Building skills in these activities will help them to look cool in the eyes of their peers and keep their confidence high.

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Activities for Confident Teenagers

Applying for University


UCAS is the organisation responsible for managing applications to full-time undergraduate courses in the UK. The UCAS application is a big step into the unknown for many young people, and it can seem like a daunting prospect for you as parents too, as you try to guide your son or daughter through th

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Applying for University

Bedrooms for Teenage Boys


Creating a bedroom for a teenage son can be quite a challenge. Just how do you create a cool looking room he will be happy to invite friends into? This article gives you some tips and points to think about. It covers maximizing space and developing a room both you and your son can be delighted with.

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Bedrooms for Teenage Boys

Bullying


Bullying at school is a very common problem. Bullying does not just take the form of physical violence. Emotional bullying takes place in the form of name-calling, teasing and ignoring. Both forms of bullying can be equally terrifying for the victim often leading to depression, low self-esteem and p

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Bullying

Buying Your Teenager Their First Car


Is it time to buy your son or daughter their first car? If it is this article covers some of the topics you might find yourself discussing with them.

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Buying Your Teenager Their First Car

Careers Advice


Do you need some help and guidance in selecting career possibilities for your children? If so take a minute to look at the Future Wise scheme. It offers children, parents and schools the facility to work together, communicate and share ideas to ensure a child ends up make the best choices for them.

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Careers Advice

Choosing a University


Choosing a university is one of the first major decisions our children make. With around twenty percent of students dropping out it is important to get the decision right. This article gives a number of tips for key points to consider.

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Choosing a University

Choosing a University - UCAS Extra


If your son or daughter has been unsuccessful with all five of their university choices, or if they've changed their mind and declined any offers they received then UCAS Extra could be the answer you are looking for.

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Choosing a University - UCAS Extra

Confident Teenagers


There are four main areas that make major contributions to how confident your teenager is. This article discusses those areas and how you can help build confidence.

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Confident Teenagers

Cyberbullying


Here are some tips to help you spot if your child is suffering from cyberbullying. This page also contains useful advice on what you can do to stop it.

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Cyberbullying

Drug and Alcohol Abuse


Are you are worried that your child is using drugs or is drinking unsafe amounts of alcohol? This page can help you. It runs through the signs and symptoms you can look out for.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Further Education Funding


Is your child wishing to attend University? This article shows the funding available to full time students in the form of loans and government support.

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Further Education Funding

Further Learning Options


What further learning options do your kids have if they do not go to University? This article guides your through the choices.

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Further Learning Options

Getting Teenage Boys to Read


It is hard to encourage teenage boys to read. The biggest problem is finding the right type of books to inspire them. This article discusses the type of books that boys enjoy and also suggests a few authors.

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Getting Teenage Boys to Read

How to Soundproof a Bedroom


Do you have noisy teenagers? This article gives you tips and ideas for how to reduce noise coming from a room, giving you relief from musical instruments, TVs and loud music etc.

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How to Soundproof a Bedroom

Late Bed Times


Young teenagers going to bed late causes arguments and stress in lots of households. Here are some tips on how to tackle the issue with your teenagers.

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Late Bed Times

Learning to Drive


This article gives details on how our children can learn to drive and what is required to pass their test.

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Learning to Drive

Poor A Level Grades


When a child does not get the A level results they were expecting it may mean the loss of a job opportunity or missing a place at university. If your child receives disappointing A level grades then this article may help decide what is the best way forward for them.

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Poor A Level Grades

Should You Tidy Your Teenager's Bedroom?


Does your teenager have different standards to you when it comes to keeping their bedroom tidy? If you find this is a major problem here are 10 tips that may be able to help you improve your situation.

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Should You Tidy Your Teenager's Bedroom?

Staying Out Late


Staying out late is a potential battlefield between parents and children. Here are ten tips to help you and your children to reach a sensible compromise that works for everyone.

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Staying Out Late

Teenage Cancer Trust


The number of teenagers contracting cancer is increasing. This article looks at the figures and also the work done by the Teenage Cancer Trust. The TCT is working to build a number of specialist teenager cancer units in hospitals around the U.K.

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Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Drinking


News bulletins often focus on the problems of underage binge drinking. As a parent it is very difficult to know what to do to stop your son or daughter becoming a binge drinker. Your child is almost certain to start drinking alcohol in their teenage years. Here are ten tips to help you develop your

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Teenage Drinking

Tips on Talking About Sex With Your Kids


Do you find it difficult talking to your children about sex and conception? Here are some tips to help you out.

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Tips on Talking About Sex With Your Kids

Top 10 Interview Tips


You've written hundreds of applications, phoned companies literally begging them to give you a chance. Now they've said YES!!!! Next comes the interview. Don't panic! Try these top 10 interview tips.

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Top 10 Interview Tips

Top 10 Talking to Teenagers Tips


Raising children can be hard work. But if you thought the terrible twos were hard work then wait until you have a child suffering from grunting teenager syndrome. Just having a civilised conversation can be such hard work. Here are our top 10 tips for talking to teenagers.

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Top 10 Talking to Teenagers Tips

Video Game Addiction


Do you have a child with a video game addiction? Here are some tips to help you reduce gaming time and also understand why the games are so addictive.

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Video Game Addiction



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