Karen Vincent, CEC, LICSW is a Certified Life Coach, Licensed Therapist, Speaker and Founder of How to Parent A Teen who has worked with hundreds of teenagers and their parents. In her work, Karen has helped parents of teenagers resolve the most challenging and heart breaking situations they experience as the parents of teenagers.
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Parenting Teenage Girls
Do you feel like you are living with an Alien? Where has your sweet daughter gone and who is this challenging, emotional girl who has taken her place?????? What I have found is that many parents of teenagers feel this way. They feel like their child is a completely different person once adolescence sets in…and for teenage girls…watch out!! As one of two girls growing up in my family (we were only one year apart so my parents got the double whammy of teenage girls for many years), my parents certainly experienced all the emotions and “drama” that often go along with raising teenage girls. Frequent topics of drama in my home growing up involved who was going to get to use the phone (for hours on end usually), who was borrowing what clothes from the other, who needed a ride where and when, who got to stay out until what time, who was treated more fairly and who was hogging the bathroom while getting ready for school or to go out on the weekends. Looking back, it is amazing how these few topics could lead to so much yelling, crying and door slamming.