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How do I make my curfew later?
How to Convince Your Parents to Extend Your Curfew
- Do Your Research. Before you even begin having the conversation, it’s very important that you do your research.
- Approach the Conversation Like an Adult. If you want older-person privileges, then you’ll need to act the part.
- Make a Sound Argument.
- Bargain, Bargain, Bargain.
How do I convince my parents to not go to bed?
Make your argument. Tell them, nicely, why you think you should be able to stay up later. Will staying up later allow you more time to do your homework, clean your room, or recharge mentally for the next day? Tell them why it would be to their advantage to let you stay up later.
How late can 14 year olds stay out?
Chronological Age vs. Maturity
|Age||School Nights||Weekend Nights|
|14 “ 16||8:00 “ 9:00||00|
|17+||00||Negotiable with teen|
What is a reasonable curfew for a 13 year old?
Having said that, I suggest a weekday curfew for 13-year-olds of somewhere between 8 and 10 p.m. during the weekends. Of course, there is some flexibility here and that is entirely up to you and your child and your child’s maturity and responsibility level.
What time should my 12 year old go to bed?
At these ages, with social, school, and family activities, bedtimes gradually become later and later, with most 12-years-olds going to bed at about 9 p.m. There is still a wide range of bedtimes, from 7:30 to 10 p.m., as well as total sleep times, from 9 to 12 hours, although the average is only about 9 hours.
How do I stop my teenager from lying?
That said, here are five tips to help you handle teen lying:
- Stay Calm. Flying off the handle, raising your voice, angry lecturing, and freaking out will not help.
- Keep Perspective. Whatever you do, don’t take it personally.
- Re-emphasize the Importance of Honesty.
- Model Honesty.
- Understand It’s a Process.
Why does my son lie about everything?
Most parents think children lie to get something they want, avoid a consequence or get out of something they don’t want to do. These are common motivations, but there are also some less obvious reasons why kids might not tell the truth ” or at least the whole truth.