TWEENS & TEENS
Preteen and Teen Years
The tween years start between 8 and 10, marking the beginning of the transition into adolescence and the teenage years. Parents often look for advice from other parents.
From new rules for dating to good communication with your child, college planning and growing independence, you'll find advice and information on health and wellness, development, education and activities here. Browse our directories for more Triangle-area resources.
It's natural for your child's confidence to ebb and flow during the tween and teen years. A parent's interactions, however, can make a difference.
Research shows that 11 percent of adolescents are diagnosed with a depressive disorder by age 18. However, there are ways to help a teenager who is suffering from depression.
Experts provide tips for helping safeguard your teen in an increasingly digital world.