Emotional Agility as a Tool to Help Teens Manage Their Feelings

By KQED News Mind + Shift

Navigating the ups and downs of the teenage years has never been easy, as young adults manage a lot of changes that are hormonal, physical, social, and emotional. One way parents and guardians can support their teen is by equipping them with the emotional skills needed to help them develop flexibility and resilience.

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