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How to write a great review. Access Online. Add a Review. Add To List. Being a teen or the parent of a teen doesn't have to be so hard. How to Raise Your Parents will help teens and their parents navigate those years between training bras and keys to the family car. In a voice teens will relate to and parents will appreciate, author Sarah O'Leary Burningham offers smart advice about negotiation and parental hot buttons and a little insight about what the world looks like from a parent's point of view.
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How to Raise Your Parents: A Teen Girl's Survival Guide
Parent and teenager. The result: an infection that left a "gnarly" scar. Check with groups like the Association of Professional Piercers and its safepiercing. The Mayo Clinic site , also gives good advice. Color Fast.
Fortunately, hair dye is usually less risky than tattoos and piercings. And of course it will grow out. Parents are more comfortable with hair dye than with other personal-style statements. Moms often say they want to be at the salon the first time a child gets her hair dyed. To teens, Burningham says, "it's just keeping your parents involved in the process. Burningham herself tried Jerome Russell's colored stuff and says "it came right out in the shower.
So get a professional to apply it. The Talk.
Teenagers are not stupid," says Burningham. She knows it's hard for parents to be really open about sex and sexually transmitted diseases, but she says "an honest conversation" is vital. There are no hard rules on how to talk about birth control. The important thing is to keep the lines of communication open.