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A Theory of Parenting - Work -VS- Sports By Tammi Joyner
There are many books on supporting teens. There are books about supporting teens who are going
out for extra-curricular activities. With each unique teen there will be unique data. Information
that will specify what is right for the given teen. Like every other child in the world your teen has
his or her own specific patterns. Adding a sport or a job to your teens life may help structure your teens schedule. The idea of gaining a job or playing a sport may help to support a routine. Hopefully your teen
will find interest in one of the options. Your teen may even opt out of both. Whatever the case support your teen. If you are adamant try to give your teen a demonstration of the benefits. Take your teen to work with you, show your teen the pro and cons of the workforce. If your teen is interested give your teen the option of an on the job training experience or a job as
an intern . Sports may or maynot be the highlight of your teens life. Remember all teens are not football, baseball, or basketball players. Some teens like track, tennis,
chess, bowling, and/or the debate team. Make sure all options are available but don't just opt give the opportunity
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