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Adolescents do get very angry with their parents, and acknowledging this anger is part of acknowledging them. If the anger is not ...
The family is constantly changing, as each member changes. Some changes we recognize as developments, and the pleasure they bring ...
Sexual activity, for women, has a history of vulnerability, in a way it simply does not have for men. The mother has to teach this ...
Insults from an adolescent daughter are more painful, because they are seen as coming not from a child who lashes out impulsively, ...
Adolescence has been recognised as a stage of human development since medieval times--long, long before the industrial revolution- ...
Parenting can be established as a time-share job, but mothers are less good "switching off" their parent identity and turning to s ...
Adolescence is society's permission slip for combining physical maturity with psychological irresponsibility.
[In early adolescence] she becomes acutely aware of herself as a being perceived by others, judged by others, though she herself i ...
Adolescent girls were fighting a mother's interference because they wanted her to acknowledge their independence. Whatever resentm ...
Parents are never forgiven for not giving just the right response at the appropriate moment. Or, rather, there are particular time ...
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