Clements Road, London – It’s always sad to see kids grow up and behave differently than they were before, especially in their teenage years because, at this stage, a lot of problems arise. Learning to understand a teenager takes a lot of time and effort, that’s why Parenting Monkey decided to reach out more to its readers by launching their new website. The online magazine is there to help its readers deeply understand what their teens are going through.
According to Peter Pressing, head of Public Relations, “The use of natural and logical methods while listening to their teen’s feelings is a big step in rebuilding that emotional separation from when they grow up to be teenagers. Parenting Monkey teaches its readers to keep an open mind when dealing with teenagers. Often times, parents are faced with the dilemma on how to connect with their children, in this online magazine, parents and teenagers are free to discuss and share their problems with other parents and teens to further improve their relationship with one another.”
www.ParentingMonkey.com is an online magazine that focuses on parenting tips and how you can cope with your children. The parenting ezine knows what it feels like being a new parent and raising teens has its own ups and downs. Parents will encounter numerous back and forth arguments with their kids, discussing just about anything. The teenage years can be a chaotic and complicated phase for both parents and teenagers and the goal of the company is to aspire its readers to look beyond the norm and learn from one another. Parents should understand that in this era, teenagers have more to face, than what their parents were up against. There are more pressures and challenges brought by our ever changing society than there was ten to twenty years ago.
The goal of the new website is to teach parents how to educate their children about life lessons and responsibility. Parents are also taught how to be calm and firm when confronting issues with their teens. With the launch of the new site, parents who prefer reading articles online can now visit Parenting Monkey on their mobile devices and on their desktops.
Understanding how a teenager feels is an important part of parenting, and if the situation doesn’t feel right, parents can always rely on Parenting Monkey’s website at http://www.parentingmonkey.com
The company can be found at Biscuit Factory, 100 Clements Road, London SE16 4DG, or customers can call their company’s phone at 0808 168 5105.
Company Name: Parenting Monkey
Contact Person: Peter Pressing
Phone: 0808 168 5105
Address:Biscuit Factory, 100 Clements Road
Country: United Kingdom