Posts Tagged ‘teenagers’

Forty something pop princess – Choices and consequences

May 05 2013

“Mummy, what do you think?” Hmm. I think I have just walked in on a conversation I don’t want to get involved in. My teenage daughter is looking at me imploringly with her beautifully expressive eyes, widening them to full stretch in the way she does when she is trying to tell me something telepathically.

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How to ‘tame’ Teenagers on holiday

Mar 31 2013

What sort of teenager do you have? They are not all alike, although you may think they are, and don’t like to be boxed into or labelled. But having interviewed over 3000 teenagers and their parents over the past four years, travel author and journalist Sarah Tucker has discovered there are some traits you may recognise in your breed which may in turn help you to identify what type of holiday they most prefer. And what makes one tick on their travels and another not. There are in fact twenty ‘tribes’ of teenagers on holiday but here are ten of them.

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How to talk to your teenagers so they listen

Jul 12 2012

We asked Dr. Lisa Turner to give us some advice on how to Talk to Your Teenagers so That They Listen. Here is what what she told us.

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What’s all the fuss about Justin Bieber?

Jul 10 2012

Well, a lot of us mums are going (or will soon go) with their children to concerts (or at least I would) that totally appeal to them and less to us. Let’s try to understand why young children and teenagers love Justin Bieber.

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BAFTA CALLS ON 11-16 YEAR OLDS TO ENTER ITS YOUNG GAME DESIGNERS COMPETITION

Jun 20 2012

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has launched BAFTA Young Game Designers 2012, a competition that aims to inspire the game designers and game-makers of the future by giving young people the chance to design and create their own video game and develop it with industry professionals.

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