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Rapport with your kids

by Marcus

As Parents, we have to be aware of what our kids are chatting about - and we have to understand the lingo they are communicating with, especially all the abbreviations they use.

I've only just managed to sort out what BBF is and other similar abbreviations. More importantly, we have to know WHO they are communicating with. I guess when they get to 16 - 18 the doors are wide open and if a rapport with your kids is not reached by then, it is too late.

So keeping in communication with your kids throughout the young stages of their lives is very important. Thank you webmaster for letting me air my views.

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Sep 16, 2010
My teenagers don't want to talk!
by: Anne Hodges

Sometimes it is very difficult to talk to kids as parents, they can close up very quickly and are so stubborn and the more you try the worse it gets.

My teenage girls are like that. The 3 of them certainly chat all the time except when I wander into their space and then the doors close.

Is there really an answer here somewhere? I'd love to be able to talk to me kids about anything but somehow I think that is past and I've lost the moment.

PS: I should have studied child behavioral sciences.

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