|Teenage communication seems like an oxymoron. When we ask a
question the answer comes in a grunt or monosyllabic word for an
answer. Let's face it teenagers don't speak the same language we do!
Yet, communication is probably more crucial at this age than at any other.
Although communication at this age doesn't always look like 'real'
communication, being available to listen may be of greater importance
now than any other time in your child's life. Below are some simple
guidelines to good communication with teens. Study them, there will
probably be a test in several years.