Tips on How to Parent Teenagers and Dating

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Lisa Bunnage, Parenting Coach, discusses Tips on How To Parent Teenagers and Dating
Lisa Bunnage, Parenting Coach, discusses Tips on How To Parent Teenagers and Dating
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Featuring Lisa Bunnage, Parenting Coach
Tips on How To Parent Teenagers and Dating
Duration: 1 minute, 46 seconds

Presenter: Ms. Lisa Bunnage, Counselor, Coquitlam, BC

Local Practitioners: Counselor

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Dr. Eitan Weinberg

Dr. Eitan Weinberg

MD, FRCPC, B.ENG.MGMT
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Dr. Keyvan Hadad

MD, MHSc, FRCPC
Pediatrician
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How to Parent Teenagers and Dating

Questions
 
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1

Girls start dating at an average age of 12.5 and boys at 13.5.

2

Only a third of teens in abusive relationships tell someone.

3

Younger teens are more likely to date one-on-one than in a group.

Explanation:

Younger teens are more likely to date in a group.

4

Parents should monitor all of their teens' text messages.

Explanation:

While some parents may need to supervise their child's phone use more, it's a good idea to give teens some freedom as they start dating.

5

Teens should have a curfew.

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