Статья в зарубежном сборнике «Современные научные достижения»-2019 Bagnyukova E., language teacher, Porkashyan M.

Автор: Елена Багнюкова Опубликовано: 25.03.2019 Рубрика: Это интересно |

Problems of modern teenagers.

Teenagers is a serious challenge for the child and his parents. Teenagers often argue with their parents, they try to achieve greater autonomy and a minimum of control from adults. This is a natural step, however, parents in this period have to face disrespect for themselves. In situations where the behavior of a teenager is becoming increasingly problematic, it is important to resolve a difficult situation before it gets out of control.

  1. The teenager is obsessed with electronic devices. Most teenagers are constantly focused on mobile phones and messages, for them this is the way to stay in touch with their friends. However, this should not interfere with other aspects of their lives, such as studying, home help, and self-development. Some parents install computers in common rooms at home to be able to monitor activities; others place temporary restrictions on the use of devices.
  2. Teenager is hostile to parents. Parents may not notice when their tender child turned into an irritable teenager who behaves disrespectfully, speaks rudely, rolls his eyes and ignores the rules. Most of their youth, young people learn their own behaviors that are different from their parents. The opinion of friends is valued much more than the opinion of the family, and this can be dangerous. Whatever the case, it is important to establish basic standards of behavior, and an important rule is the prohibition to swear with parents. The teenager must understand that you will not tolerate unpardonable behavior towards you.
  3. The teenager quickly loses his temper. Any words provoke a teenager to irritation and rage, make them scream, cry, stomp their feet and run into another room. Often this is a result of the physical and emotional changes that a child is experiencing. However, this seriously complicates communication with him. Try to change your tactics — instead of moral teachings and advice, try to express sympathy to him. This will allow you to establish contact with a teenager and to achieve honest communication.
  4. The teenager tells a lie. There are many reasons why a teenager may not tell you the truth. For example, the desire to hide some facts from parents as a way to achieve greater independence. When your child hides the details of his life, it can be a disturbing sign that he has fallen into a bad company and is engaged in dishonest business. It can also mean that a teenager will not turn to you for help if she needs her. It is necessary to understand exactly what problems a teenager is hiding. In the case of unsuccessful attempts, it makes sense to contact a psychologist for help.
  5. A teenager chooses bad friends. You may find that some friends of your teenager dress in an inappropriate way and have a bad influence on him, however, this is not always a cause for alarm. A teenager can be very attached to friends, and any criticism of them will be perceived as acutely as personal criticism. Therefore, it is often better not to express your opinion too harshly. Of course, if you are worried that your child is taking drugs or doing other dangerous activities, it is important to intervene in time. Family therapy can help find solutions to eliminate the bad influence of friends.
  6. The teenager uses drugs. Try to understand why a teenager wants to use drugs. Perhaps friends in his company insist on it. Psychotherapists and other psychologists can help in finding a possible solution to a problem.

Literature.

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