Parenting is difficult, but parenting an adolescent can be very trying for many parents. As adolescents spend more time with their peers in high school, the pressing questions of who they are and how they can fit in can become daunting and unanswerable. To support parents in their endeavors in supporting their children, this pamphlet provides a brief but thorough salvo into the current literature on identity development, self-concept, and personality as it pertains to adolescents. Furthermore, this pamphlet will provide resources and skill steps for parents to engage in so that they can help their children persist through their turbulent high school years and identity crises.
Oleksy, Ernest M..
"Self-Concept and Identity Development in Adolescents Pamphlet."
The Downtown Review.
Available at: https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/tdr/vol5/iss1/4
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