Behaviour

Advice on different aspects of teenage behaviour from communicating with your teen to what to do if they get into more serious trouble. 

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Arguments are a natural part of family life, and these can certainly start to happen more often, as your child enters their teenage years. Someti...
anger in teenagers
Teenagers are busy trying to make sense of the physical changes happening to them, as well the changes in their emotions and sometimes moodiness or a ...
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As your child grows into a teenager, setting boundaries may need to adjust to make them more meaningful and relatable. Many parents find that the kind...
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A group of young people is not necessarily a gang. Teens often find safety in numbers through staying with a particular group of friends, and usually ...
staying out late
When a child is small, we often use boundaries to protect them and keep them away from harm or danger. As they grow older and become teenagers, these ...
teens stealing
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With concerns about home-grown terrorism or becoming drawn to an extreme group, it is not surprising that a growing number of families may be worried ...
parenting order
Parenting is a challenging job and support can be useful at different stages as your child grows up, especially if your child has not been going to sc...
teens and the law
If you are worried about your child getting involved in crime or antisocial behaviour, you can help by dealing with the risks known to cause youth off...

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