Teen Behaviour: The Pearls of Love and Logic – Practical Guidance for Every Situation

Teen Behaviour: The Pearls of Love and Logic - Practical Guidance for Every SituationDiscover practical solutions and valuable insights to address a wide range of teenage behavior issues with “Teen Behavior Solutions: Practical Guidance for Every Situation.” This comprehensive resource provides concise, focused guidance on individual pages dedicated to specific topics, ensuring quick and easy access to targeted information.

Find effective strategies for handling common challenges such as adolescent back talk, anger management, arguing, and avoiding control battles. Learn how to build cooperation with school personnel, establish consistent messages for positive results, and implement successful curfews. Gain expert advice on sensitive subjects like conflicts with teachers, fighting among peers, and the impact of gangs and cults.

Explore tips for nurturing healthy friendships, managing learning disorders, and addressing the loss of a loved one. Discover strategies to foster responsibility, set reasonable expectations, and navigate crises. Gain insights into open conversations about sex, productive parent-teacher conferences, and reducing family stress.

Each page within this resource offers practical guidance on specific behavior topics, including stealing, underachievement, excessive telephone use, whining, and complaining. Learn how to handle substance abuse, address television consumption, and guide your teen through decision-making.

With “Teen Behaviour Solutions: Practical Guidance for Every Situation,” you’ll find actionable advice and expert insights to help you navigate the complexities of parenting or mentoring teenagers. Click the link below to access the dedicated page for each topic and find the support you need to foster a positive and fulfilling relationship with your teenager.


  • Adolescent backtalk
  • Angry kids
  • Arguing
  • Avoiding control battles
  • Building cooperation with school personnel
  • Consistent messages produce positive results
  • Curfews
  • Does repeating a grade ever work?
  • Don’t shoot the teacher!
  • Fighting and bickering
  • Four steps to responsibility
  • Friends
  • Friends, clothes, looks, and music
  • Gangs and cults
  • Getting a head start on control
  • Getting ready for school
  • The gift of struggle
  • Good parents don’t give warnings
  • Grades
  • Handling a crisis
  • Handling friends
  • Helicopters, drill sergeants, and consultants
  • How to give your kids an unfair advantage
  • The “I’m bored” routine
  • Is it normal for a parent to feel this way?
  • It’s OK to catch your teen doing something right
  • “Just say no” isn’t that easy
  • Learning disorders: no easy answer
  • Learning life’s lessons
  • Loss of a loved one
  • Lying
  • My child, the winner
  • “No” is not a four-letter word
  • One parent playing the role of two
  • The one-year plan: helping children succeed in school
  • Open talk about sex
  • Parent/student stresses
  • Parent/teacher conferences
  • The “quick fix” attitude
  • Reasonable expectations for adolescents
  • Reasoning with children
  • Reducing family stress
  • Respect
  • Responsibility
  • Room to grow
  • Schoolwork
  • Self-concept
  • Setting limits
  • The shy child
  • Stealing
  • Success with an ADHD child
  • Survival skills for the real world
  • Swearing and bad language
  • Taking charge of chronic problems
  • Teen telephone use
  • Teen underachievement
  • Teens and television
  • “That’s an option”
  • “They are calling me names”
  • Turning bad decisions into wisdom
  • TV and “mush brain”
  • Values: Passing them on to our children
  • What’s a parent for?
  • When death hits close to home
  • When substance abuse threatens
  • When teens won’t talk
  • Whining and complaining
  • Who owns the problem?
  • “You are grounded”