Many people think that when a teens’ parents divorce it’s easier on them because they are older and can understand better. Many times divorce is actually harder on teens than younger children. You probably have a lot of questions about what is going on. Is same spend more time being single after 46 Further to the south, but no even at church.They still need to have two parents and they still need to have those parents involved in their lives.Teens are working hard at learning to be independent, and this means that they do need special consideration, but it does not mean that you and the other parent should throw up your hands and say "there's nothing we can do." It can be difficult to continue to parent someone who doesn't want to be parented, but that's your job right now.
A schedule that worked for an elementary school age child is not going to fit a teen.
In all co-parenting situations, Chick says, it is important that parents support each other.
Parenting teenagers during divorce makes working out a visitation schedule challenging, to say the least.
And, if you and the other parent have split during your child's teenage years, it can be difficult to devise a plan that will work for everyone involved simply because the teenage years are so difficult to parent during.
Big, But Not Big Enough The first thing to remember is that teens may look and act a lot like adults, but they aren't yet completely mature.