“Our brains have been conditioned to look for rules. We’re taught them in school, at work, and by our parents, and we can make many good decisions by applying the ones we’ve learned” Harvard review
Are teens really more cautious about sex If parents set rules ? And 3 things parents can do. Read on
Let me take you Back to the new research on “Teens More Cautious About Sex If Parents Set Rules”
According to the new report, previous research shows that parental monitoring works and this is an indicator to parents that monitoring is effective, hence parents can do three effective things to delay sexual activity in teens”:
According to the findings “Research has also shown that firm parenting can backfire when kids see it as too controlling, Khurana said. In these cases, kids may rebel. “Parents have to be mindful of their child’s growing autonomy needs,” she said. Guilamo-Ramos said it’s important to avoid being unfair and harsh. “When it starts to get problematic is when it’s controlling and doesn’t reflect that young people have to weigh in and provide their perspective,” he said
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