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Six Steps to Better Decisions
Did you know that your teen’s brain is not fully developed until he reaches his early 20s? That means he is still learning how to think critically and control his impulses—which can make decision-making quite a tricky process!To help your teen learn to think before he acts, have him follow these six steps:
Identify the problem. Your teen should state the problem in his own words.
Think of possible solutions. He shouldn’t stop to judge whether the ideas are realistic or not—he should just keep thinking.
List the positive and negative outcomes for each solution. Your teen might even think of other solutions that are better than any he has listed so far.
Make the decision.
Act on the decision.
Evaluate. How did his solution work? What changes, if any, should he make the next time he has to deal with this problem?