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When a Parent and Teen Don’t Share Common Interests

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In this video I want to share three stay-connected strategies that parents can lean on when common interests are missing. But before we get started, I want you to step into your teenager’s shoes for a moment. It is possible that your teenager doesn’t feel bothered by your differences in the same way you do. They may have always wanted to roll their eyes at you and laugh at your dorky clothes. Those differences are, in themselves, what memories of being young are made of.  

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