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Susan Borison and Stephanie Silverman, best friends and co-founders of Your Teen Media, are bringing their magazine to life. From interviews with the experts and authors to discussions of trending topics and personal stories, Your Teen with Sue and Steph is an essential guide to raising teens today.

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You Don't Have to Be a Sex Educator

Talking with your teen or tween about sex can, of course, be an uncomfortable topic. But here's the good news: Dr. Megan Maas claims that parents don't have to be sex educators, just sex socializers. What does that mean? Listen to this week's episode to find out!

About Megan Maas:

Megan Maas' award-winning research focuses on adolescent sexual socialization, with an emphasis on the role that social media, sexting, and online pornography play in the development of attitudes and behavior related to sexuality and gender. Dr. Maas has served as a facilitator, workshop leader, and speaker on issues revolving around adolescent sexuality and parent-child communication about sexuality at universities and organizations across the country.

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Father and Son Unfiltered

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It’s not every day that you get to hear candid conversation between a father and his teenage son.
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The Self-Driven Child

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Learning how to independently process and regulate stressors is an integral part of becoming a happy, confident, and functioning adult.
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The Do-NOTs of Parenting a High School Freshman

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Starting high school is overwhelming... and not just for your the incoming freshman in your life! But you can be chill, right?
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Your Not-So-Nervous System

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Wearable technology has helped hundreds of thousands increase their quality of life through physical activity— but what about their psychological health?
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