Pubescent children can be stubborn, Moody, irritable. They are masters of provocation, and they love the confrontation with the parents. The questions during the puberty often: How do I accompany my child through this stressful time and not lose the nerves?

answers to family therapist Jan-Uwe Rogge. The education consultant and author for over 30 years, education seminars and lectures. He says If parents want to strengthen your child, you must not lose yourself.

the WORLD: Mr. Rogge, what problems parents are struggling in this phase of development the most?

Jan-Uwe Rogge: I get every Time different questions. But of course, there are a couple of classics. A Problem that runs through, in any case, this “I don’t give a shit” or “Not in the mood”-attitude of many Pubescent.