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5 life-saving ways you can set an example for your teen

When kids are little, they often want to be just like mom or dad, putting on pretend makeup, taking care of baby dolls or imagining going to work. Once children become teenagers, they often want to be as far away from mom and dad as possible. But even as teens keep their distance, they are watching parents and noticing behaviors. Teenagers are risk-takers, and their brains haven't developed enough to always make good choices. Your example in these 5 categories just might save your teen's life.
Driving. My oldest daughter now sits in the front seat of the ...


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