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Teenage Rights:


It is not as hard as one may think to refuse to buckle in to peer pressure. Most teens could care less whether you give in or not, it is how you say no that counts. A few important things to remember when saying "no":


(Herbert G. Lingren, Extension Family Scientist, Adolescence and Peer Pressure, Family Life, December 1995)


Parent Rights:


What parents can do

Some parents limit the time of day that their teenagers can have long phone calls. Others arrange call waiting on their phone, so that if a call for them comes in, it can be taken. Keep in mind the needs of your teenager and work out what is the best solution for your family.


(Peer Pressure, Child and Youth Health, www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/HealthTopicDetails.aspx?p=114&np=122&id=1688 (AD: 10/9/05))


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