Find out what you’re looking for in a life partner. Find out what you’re looking for in a life partner.But in a study released last month, University of Utah researcher Nicholas Wolfinger, Ph D, asserts there is actually an optimal age range for lasting marriage — and you shouldn’t wait too long.Worried officers figured out that teens have a sinister new language as part of KPC (Keeping Parents Clueless).
As the children step into their teens, their height increases pretty quickly and before you know it, they are of the same height as you.
The height of girls can grow as fast as 8cm per year, while for boys this rate is even higher at 9cm per year.
Not to mention having the trust of people around you is very important.
As the child approaches puberty, trips to the store for new trousers and shoes become more frequent to replace the old ones that no longer fit.
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Scroll down for video 'Text lingo practically changes weekly and a lot of the time, parents have no clue what their kids and their friends are saying,' Titania Jordan, chief parent officer of Bark, which monitors potential hazards on kids' mobile phones and alerts parents, told Country104.'I'm surprised at how many parents still don't know what "Netflix and chill" means,' she added. Surveillance software has become more popular among parents trying to keep an eye on their children's online activities.
Bark, like similar programmes, claims to be able to decipher when children are joking around and when they are being serious.'If it's a high school girl who's tripped and fallen in the hallway in front of her crush, and she texts her friend, "KMS" [kill myself], the software will recognise that she's joking and won't alert her parents that she's on the verge of suicide,' Ms Jordan said.'But if it detects a kid expressing loneliness or sadness and that acronym pops up, the parents will be alerted.'Phrases that parents should be aware of include 'GNOC', 'WTTP' and 'PAL'.
For parents who might not have grown up with mobiles, it can be tough to keep track of teenage texting codes.
Now, a parental protection software firm Bark has created a helpful graphic to assist parents in decoding online slang.
  Prohibiting this age group from drinking in bars, restaurants, and other licensed locations causes them to drink in unsupervised places such as fraternity houses or house parties where they may be more prone to binge drinking and other unsafe behavior.