“Keeping Muslim Teens Muslim…” – Tip #8

Tip #8: “Date” your teenager
While dating is commonly associated with boy-girl social meetings, the concept can be extended to any meeting between two people wanting to get to know each other better.

It’s especially important to “date” your children on an individual level once they hit their teens because they are no longer just “one of the kids”. They are young adults who need attention and guidance on an individual level. You can go out on a “date” when Sumayya graduates from high school (instead of going to the prom), when Ahmed gets his driver’s license or if you feel there is something bothering them and you want to address them alone.

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