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How to understand the teenage brain
David Schwartz LMFT
Teenagers struggle with insecurities just like the rest of us. As a result, they often have a desire to appear more confident than they really are.
When a teenager understands the value of making commitments—and then following through on them—it can give them a real advantage in life.
Having an argumentative, complaining teenager may not be all bad. It may actually be part of their healthy development.
David Schwartz, LMFT, is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works with adolescents, adults, couples, and families in Westlake Village, California.