Parenting Teens - August 21, 2012

Day 5 - Remembering our Long Term Aim

We try to keep our long-term aim in view: to help teenagers grow into mature, responsible adults.

Question:
Describe, as best you can, the characteristics of a mature, responsible adult.

From Series: "Parenting Teenagers"

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We try to keep our long-term aim in view: to help teenagers grow into mature, responsible adults.

Describe, as best you can, the characteristics of a mature, responsible adult.


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  1. Clare
    January 21, 2013

    One who will follow through on commitments.
    One who knows the difference and is will to show/express kind love actions and/or tough love actions.
    I guess the summary word of what I am trying to say is I think a mature, responsible adult is thoughtful.

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  2. Ryan Sim
    January 21, 2013

    Good one! It can be so easy to lose sight of a goal like raising a “mature, responsible adult” and focus on peripheral goals.

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