I have recently written about the normal ages and stages of the adolescent years. (See past posts for details on individual ages and stages.) Truly, familiarity with these significant developmental processes provides comfort for teens, their parents, and those who are caregivers.
In my recent posts we looked at the many ages and stages of adolescent development. Understanding these changes shows us why we tend to have so many problems in our relationships with teenagers.
In my past posts, we reviewed the varied ages and stages of developments that occur in teenagers years that bridge childhood to adulthood. These developmental processes are complicated, difficult to navigate and present many struggles to teenagers, parents and other caregivers.