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VC questions 15 Years Old 1. What activities and experiences at ages 12 and 14 has your teen been involved in that might promote healthy behavioral practices, physical fitness and skill in sports? Liam has been playing baseball for quite a while now. He really enjoys playing and is very good! He also has become more independent and has been maturing very well. He focusses on what is best for himself and strives to be great at everything he does. 2. Have there been any changes in your teen's behavior toward you or your partner? Why are these occurring and how are you responding? Some changes have occurred because he is in his teens and is in high school. High school can be tough for some people. He has some good friends but is mostly shy and some times can be picked on and comes home sad. But we work with him as best we can and at the end of the day we all have a great relationship together and support one another. 3. Do you see any examples of how cognitive and physical changes in early adolescence (ages 12-14) relate to your teen's social or emotional behavior? Liam can be very shy and scared of messing up or embarrassing himself. He has made changes to adjust to his peers and really does not want to stand out in his high school. Changes from early adolescence occur like puberty and wanting to be involved with girls more. There is sometimes some attitude or normal teenage lying, but overall Liam is a really good kid and these changes, I personally find to be normal.
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