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This is the responsibility of the parents to talk to their child about puberty at the right time. Today, there is large number of sources to get the information about puberty. But all sources are not reliable. It would be better to make him aware about puberty before he asks sensitive questions about the topic.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Monday, October 21, 2013 4:43:11 PM(UTC)

Parenting is very challenging and continuous process and its definitely not a child's play.

When kids grow their psychology also changes, preteen and teen age kids will expect respect, freedom, and lot more from parents.

Try to be more friendly remember your kids are growing and developing their own thinking and way of life, try not to be commanding in nominal things.

If you find your child doing something wrong then wait if they changes their decision, if not explain the good and bad both sides of any decision and give then full freedom to decide the right way....

Saying no to teenager should be tricky...You can find more information on How to say "NO" to your teen from:

vikas Posted: Monday, October 21, 2013 2:44:25 PM(UTC)
Why children get angry at age of 12 with nominal commanding question.