Throughout their teenage years, your child will be interacting with a wide variety of people, situations, and emotions.
During this time, teens are exposed to some overwhelming external and internal struggles.
Teens go through, and are expected to cope with hormonal changes, puberty, social and parental forces, work and school pressures, as well as encountering many conditions and problems.
Teens feel overwhelmed when faced with unprecedented stresses concerning school and college, and career confusion situations.
Since you can't always count on teens to stay away from guns, you have to keep guns away from them.
Reviewed By: Adolescent Interest Group Last Reviewed: August 2013Sources: Below are links PAMF accessed when researching this topic.
PAMF does not sponsor or endorse any of these sites, nor does PAMF guarantee the accuracy of the information contained on them.Teenagers face real problems on a daily basis during the most awkward growth stages of their lives; between 13 and 19-years-old.Demonstrating to your teen – through your words and actions – that violence is never an acceptable form of behavior is essential to your teen's growth into responsible, level-headed young adults.Below are some facts and tips to help you understand your teen's responses and temper his or her anger into a more constructive medium.Keep in mind that teens don't always follow the rules.Also, teens are attracted to guns and see guns as symbols of power.