Free Download How To Communicate With Teenager – Dangers And Opportunities
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How to understand, resolve conflicts and improve relationships with teenage children. How to help yourself and your teen
What you’ll learn
Understand why teenagers behave the way they do.
What parental behaviour makes your relationship with your teenager worse and what makes it better.
What to do when a teenage child becomes out of control.
The transformation of the child into an adolescent: key processes. What to remember?
Teenage behaviour: what’s normal, what’s the problem?
How to deal with specific situations? Action algorithms.
Control or trust? Risks and opportunities.
All parents with teenagers and specialists
Adolescence is one of the most challenging of all the ages, as it is a time of major physiological, psychological and social changes. There are changes in the world around, in our role in it, and in our sense of responsibility and values. However, adolescents often suffer from adult misunderstanding, regulation and reproach. At the same time, they experience confusion of feelings, conflicting desires and conflicts of interest. This difficult but temporary period is particularly important for a growing person’s self-esteem, future and potential. An adolescent who has experienced less parental affection may be more prone to a variety of destructive actions related to self-esteem. A person who has sufficient self-esteem does not do "unreasonable things".Adults suffer because children have become rude, insincere and disobedient. There is a nagging feeling that something could have been done or said differently, that we missed something, that we did not do something.Parents of a teenager are faced with many questions: what is more important – good relationships or safety and rules? At what point does behaviour go beyond the norm? How and why do teenagers provoke their parents? How to restore the lost emotional contact with the child? Why do children not want to listen? Who is responsible for the child’s lifestyle? How to let go, how much freedom to give and why is it so difficult?WHAT TO DO, how to deal with specific situations, with concrete algorithms for action – in the three-evening follow-up seminar by Andrius Ato for parents of teenagers and future teenagers.What it’s all about: Teenage behaviour: what’s normal, what’s the problem? Parental attitudes. The transformation of the child into a teenager: the essential processes. What needs to be remembered? Control or trust? Dangers and opportunities. How to deal with specific situations? Algorithms for action.What are the benefits of all this? Confidence, self-assurance, knowing what to do; Improved relationship with the teenager; the teenager’s reactions in some situations will become more acceptable and understandable; you will be calmer and more positive in your relationship with your teenager.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Section 2: Normal adolescence
Lecture 2 Normal adolescence. The beginning.
Lecture 3 Why adolescence makes parents discomfortable?
Lecture 4 The uncertainity of abdolescence. How parents should respond?
Lecture 5 Experimentation, future and peers
Lecture 6 Experimentation
Lecture 7 Parents
Lecture 8 Confidence credit
Lecture 9 Agreement and boundaries
Lecture 10 Pocket money system
Section 3: Problematic adolescence
Lecture 11 Why does normal adolescence seem problematic?
Lecture 12 Aggressivness, assertiveness and passivity
Section 4: Troubled teenager
Lecture 13 What is a troubled teenager?
Lecture 14 Troubled teenager. Reasons
Lecture 15 Addiction to phone or computer games and social networks.
Lecture 16 Here you can find all slides.
Parents and specialists
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