And finally, this real image of the world from NASA shows what our
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Large physical map of Australia with roads and cities.
Peers are major sources of support and companionship and are sought out in times of trouble Main Points have dating relationships that are often intense but short-lived learn to negotiate and resolve problems without ending relationships Parents continue their commitment to children by monitoring, supervising, and enforcing rules, yet at the same time supporting and accepting children’s individuality serve as consultants and provide factual information on topics of importanc e to teens share more power in decision making with teens so that teens can be more self-governing in the context of warm family relationships and so they can separate with a sense of well-being Parents reactions to their children’s growth stimulate their own growth as parents often rediscover and rework feelings and conflicts from their childhoods often stimulate parents to find new possibilities in their own lives may bring parents closer to each other Problems discussed center on eating problems substance useabuse aggression school problems depression peer relationships all point to the importance of warm, supportive relationships with parents to stimulate competent behaviors and protect against high-risk behaviors Joys include observing increasing social maturity and closeness with friends enjoying greater personal freedom seeing altruistic behavior develop watching adult traits emerge. Criteria for adulthood include being over eighteen financially and psychologically self-sustaining taking on adult roles of parent and worker Paths to adulthood include some combination of schooling, work, independent living, romantic relationship, and rearing children are termed: Fast Starters, Parents without Careers, Educated Partners, Educated Singles, Working Singles, and Slow Starters Travel Parenting Late Adolescents and Young Adults are similar in youths from immigrant families require more support for youths who have received special services achieve similar levels of adult status for youth who have had chronic physical illness go more smoothly when parents provide emotional, social, informational, and financial support Positive relationships are promoted when parents and children recognize children are adults when parents emphasize positive communications, win-win solutions, and doing enjoyable activities together to increase family solidarity EXERCISES Break into small groups; discuss how parents can help their teenagers get the information that so many teens want about pregnancy, STDs, and contraception availability. List suggestions for parents in short pamphlet. Interview parents about their experience during adolescence and the transition to adulthood. Did they grow up in a city or small town? How much freedom were they allowed? What were the rules for them? What stresses did adolescents at that time face? Whom did they go to for support? How did their parents discipline them? How long did they live at home? Return to class and break into small groups; discuss the ways that parents experiences differ from those of adolescents of today and report to the class on four major differences.