Parent advice on teenage dating
I’m sure it won’t come as any shock to you that their teenage son prefers to avoid responsibility and accountability if he can.
But there are some practical steps that can offer help and hope in this very difficult job. Set rules and boundaries for your child and establish the consequences ahead of time.I understand that you will have to work, perhaps longer and harder than before. In a two-parent home, each parent gets feedback and input from the other.But spending one on one time with your teens, asking them questions and letting them ask you questions is more important in this setting than ever before. Ideas can be exchanged and one can pick up the slack of the other or fill in when one needs a rest.And don't forget to take time to pray and meditate on God's Word on a daily basis.My friend Michael Card likens single parenting to a wilderness experiences.