"Listen without getting angry or upset," says Sandra Hiller, Family Lives.
"Put your own feelings aside, sit down and actually listen to what your child is telling you – then show you have done so by ‘playing back’ to them what you hear.
No parent likes to think about their child being bullied or, even worse, being a bully but the fact is, more than half of all children are involved – either as a perpetrator, victim or witness.
So, there’s a good chance you’ll have to deal with it at some point.
He was 15 years old and I was so scared but also super excited for him.
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Teenagers really know how to push their parents' buttons.
She also liked to put on a lot of makeup and perfume.
I liked nothing more than being hugged by her and feeling her breasts rub up against me while being lost in he vapors of her musk mixed with the scent of crushed roses she always wore.