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Adolescence can be a confusing time — for both kids and their parents. Your teenager may push you away while needing you as much as ever. Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, an expert in adolescent medicine and co-founder and director of programs at the Center for Parent and Teen Communication, discusses what happens during adolescence and the role parents should have in the life of their teen. Learn how to be there for your teen while honoring their growing independence.This episode is part of the Military OneSource Podcast.
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