The teen years are turbulent – often marked with emotional outbursts, mood swings, and unpredictable behavior. But if you're prepared and intentional, you can help your child's transition into adulthood go a bit more smoothly. On this Focus on the Family broadcast, best-selling author Dr. Gary Chapman offers valuable insight for the teen years, explaining how teens are going through a process of learning how to think logically and how to process anger. He also offers some pointers on how you can love your teens with their "love language," and teach them how to apologize and forgive, and cultivate an attitude of service.
For more from Dr. Chapman, check out his book Things I Wish I'd Known Before My Child Became a Teenager.
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