Tips For Creating Great Relationships With Your Teenagers – Hope 103.2

Tips For Creating Great Relationships With Your Teenagers

Have you ever felt like you’re a hostage to your teenager? Do you find their erratic mood swings, unpredictable demands and temper tantrums are actually affecting your quality of life?Do you find yourself arguing about the same issues again and again?There is hope. Andrew Fuller is a clinical psychologist and the author of Tricky Teens – […]

By Katrina RoeMonday 13 Oct 2014Hope MorningsParentingReading Time: 1 minute

Have you ever felt like you’re a hostage to your teenager? Do you find their erratic mood swings, unpredictable demands and temper tantrums are actually affecting your quality of life?

Do you find yourself arguing about the same issues again and again?

There is hope. Andrew Fuller is a clinical psychologist and the author of Tricky Teens – a new guide on how to create a great relationship with your teen, without going crazy.

Andrew is an expert in the developing adolescent brain and shows how understanding the two sides of your teenager’s brain can help you relate to them better.

Andrew also helps parents communicate with their teenagers in more positive ways.  He says the number one thing teenage boys want from their parents is respect, while girls primarily want to know that you like them. Understanding and communicating those things can help you greatly improve your relationship.

If you have fallen into a negative pattern of relating with you teen, Andrew says you will need to employ a deliberate approach to changing your patterns.

AUDIO:  Hear Andrew Fuller, author of Tricky Teens talk about how to create a great relationship with your teen.

Hope 103.2 is proudly supported by