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Story highlights Many parents, teens are anxious about the start of middle school "Middle school is not agony for all kids," says psychologist Teens want independence but still need parenting, experts say The balance for parents between control and letting go is like a dance, says author. Author Rachel Vail's newest book "Unfriended" is about middle school. Will my breasts get bigger. It is also an excellent time to encourage your daughter to build relationships with their teachers and ask for help when they need it. Develop good homework habits Parenting Involvement In Middle School.
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That means making sure homework is done and turned in, and if the child refuses to bring homework home or turn it in, the parent can offer to accompany the child to school and hand in the homework together -- something most children would refuse. The mother of two sons who both survived middle school, Vail describes that balance between control and letting go during the middle school years as an ongoing dance between a parent and the child. I get this because I have three daughters in middle school right now. That said, there are no doubt big changes coming their way, Pickhardt added, including exposure to acts of social cruelty, in person and online, which they didn't see in elementary school, "the teasing and the bullying and the exclusion and rumoring and the ganging up. As parents, we need to continue to focus on their strengths and provide our children with role models who embrace their differences. Too much, too little or busy work. We thought you'd also like..
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