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Teenagers on the Internet: Parents Need to Be Involved

By Maria Fuentes - 3rd February 2011

So the research is in and it tells us that social networking can be a positive influence on teenagers’ lives ... Valkenburg and Peters, from the University of Amsterdam reviewed ten years of research into Internet use by teenagers and concluded that social networking sites increased positive internet use amongst healthy teenagers and enhanced their social functioning.

Giving and Receiving Gifts - Teenagers, It's Not a Negotiation

By Maria Fuentes - 4th November 2010

Gifts and their meaning have changed over the years. I’ve not done an anthropological study on the matter, but it appears to me that, to many people, they have become somewhat of an entitlement. And especially for teens, gifts are sometimes a point of negotiation, or even more alarming, of reward.

Who the Hell is Jimmy? Your Teenager's Friend?

By Maria Fuentes - 19th October 2010

Most parents manage the tween years in this wonderful haze of parenthood. Cut to the onset of adolescence, and you realise that you’ve duped yourself into a false sense of security. You’ve had all these years thinking that the child growing in your family - this happy, communicative child, the one that makes you cards for those special occasions - would grow into an insightful teenager...

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