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Dr. Lisa Damour Addresses Raising Teens in Latest New York Times Story

Parents across the country turn to Dr. Lisa Damour, Executive Director of Laurel’s Center for Research on Girls and New York Times Bestselling Author of The Emotional Lives of Teenagers, to offer advice and reassurance when it comes to raising their teens.
A recent New York Times article asked Dr. Damour how to support teenagers psychologically and emotionally as they navigate a new school year. Click here to read her responses to questions like: How do you get your teenager to talk to you? And how can we help teens alleviate the anxiety and pressure related to academic achievement?

Advice from Dr. Damour’s “Ask Lisa Podcast” was also included in an article posted to “The Conversation” about why staying connected to your teenager can be tricky but is important. 
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