Lesson 4: Sorting out the Teen Brain
Mark Twain once said, “When a boy turns 13, seal him in a barrel and feed him through a knot hole. When he turns 16, plug up the hole.” Twain’s words reflect the feelings of many parents who are scratching their heads over the behavior of their teenagers who are frequently moody, abrasive, and seemingly lacking in impulse control. The reasons can be at least partially explained through recent studies of the human/teen brain.
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