First of all, I want to talk about teenage criminals. What types of crimes they get involved in. How can teenagers avoid getting involved in crimes, what damage they do for people and children. And how we adults/parents are supposed to deal with our children in crimes.
Teenagers are only kids with a confused mind who don’t really know what to do with their life. That’s why most teenagers commit different types of crimes like, robberies, murder, rape and so much more. This is very serious. Others life are taken because of some teenagers who can’t control themselves.
I don’t believe that these teenagers are all bad people, or maybe not all psychopaths. I believe that they may have something in their mind. Maybe they struggled with something sins they became like this. But I believe that all people are good at some way. They may just need some help to find themselves again. Teens commit crime for numerous of reasons such as peer pressure, drugs or alcohol misuse, bad childhood or not enough discipline by their parents. These crimes are committed when teens feel low about themselves or just bored. Some of them also commit crimes for money or excitement. Some of them do not get as much attention as they should, so they do crazy things to get them noticed.
One way to get your child to avoid such things is to talk to them. Get into their brains. Try talk to them calmly and figure it out together. Do some things together more often. It may help maybe moving. Like moving house, school everything. Make sure that you have a peaceful atmosphere at home. If the teen finds himself in a disturbed family environment filled with tension, he will not understand the need and importance of retaining peace and calm. Let him see and learn that conflicts and issues can be solved effectively in peace through open communication too.
Parents sometimes fell helpless dealing with the effects of peer pressure on their children but hey have a great influence over kids and can take steps to counter the influence of peer pressure.
Thank you so much. Monika Jasar