Tips for having a difficult conversation with your teen

With the federal election last week, your family might be following politics more closely than usual. Many teens and their friends feel quite strongly about certain issues, and it’s common for parents and teens to have differing views.

Some teens also feel disappointed if the outcome of elections doesn’t align with what they wanted, and you might have to have a difficult conversation with them.

ReachOut have written a blog with some tips to help you have respectful conversations with your family this election season.

Read the full blog here: https://parents.au.reachout.com/skills-to-build/connecting-and-communicating/things-to-try-effective-communication/tips-for-having-a-difficult-conversation-with-your-teen

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