Seminars For Parents Of Teens

Patience Crabstick (and how much do I love that blog name?) offered some great suggestions for additional parent education seminars in the comments to my previous post.  Here then is our current list:

 "How To Talk So Your Teen Will Shut Up and Do the Dishes Already"

"What To Expect When You're Expecting Your Teen Home by 11 and It's Past Midnight"

"The Magic Years - They're Long Over, So Stop Scrapbooking and Make Sure To Install a 5-Camera Security System on the Exterior of Your House."

Looks like a good place for a seminar, right?
The following are from Patience:

You, Your Teen, and the Police

Are You There, Child? It's Me, Mommy. Answer Your Damn Phone.

The Crimson Tide: When Mothers and Daughters Menstruate at the Same Time and How To Cope
 

Anyone care to add some more?  Maybe we should convene at least an annual convention for the dissemination of this valuable information.  In a suitably restorative location, of course....


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  1. Kimberly J.April 18, 2013

    How To Shop With Your Teen and the Equipment Needed: Headlamp, Gasmask...

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  2. Siblings Without Rivalry, Because You're the Common Enemy

    1-2-3 Magic: Effective Fridge-Emptying Techniques Your Teen Employs

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    1. Ha! Ha! Only too familiar with the originals of those!

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  3. Not BeehiveApril 18, 2013

    Tha Audacity of Hope: Waking Teens Before Noon

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    1. Perfect! We've discussed this before, but we should probably update the list of ideas with a few more suggestions.

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  4. These are all hilarious!

    I wish I had been able to take this seminar: "How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Driving Lessons." (or How to Teach your Teen to Drive without Shipping your Pants"

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  5. Change The Locks: Keeping Your Adult Children From Moving Back Home

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  6. I'm dying! Thanks for the shoutout, and these other suggestions are hilarious!

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  7. Oh, the Places Your Teen Will Go

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  8. How to get your teen daughter to stop dressing inappropriately by following her to school in the exact same outfit: A Parenting Guide for Dads.

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    1. I hope this one is illustrated with photos!

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  9. I need to print these out and post them (the ones in your post AND in the comments). They are hilarious! And yes, I'd like to take a few of them as courses...

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  10. Hairy Pothead: the half-baked prince.

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  11. These are so awesome!! I can't wait for my kids to hit the teen years now! :P

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  12. Love the being on the same cycle one haha. I have 2 girls and we all would follow eachother. Hello, one week a month of everyone not being a psycho.

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