The issues become how much time to spend together and how to spend it, how much information to share and about what, which battles to fight and when to turn the other cheek, what advice to give and when silence is golden.
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(MORE: How to Be a Great Long-Distance Parent) “A lot of the time, they’re not,” Clark says.
) And finally, to the adults reading this to discover what they've been missing: Apologies, but Snapchat will show you things—like what you'd look like as a glasses-wearing chihuahua—that you'll never unsee.
And with a rotating set of fun features and filters, it's also the response to Facebook and Twitter's stale experiences.
Conversation with these young adults I love more than anything doesn’t seem to be as easy as it should be.
Why Your Child May Go Silent Turns out, many parents who can claim amiable relations with their adult children feel the same way I do. Clark, a clinical psychologist located in Washington, D.