Surviving Those Challenging Years

By Charles R. Swindoll

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from the series Family Matters: Investing in the Things That Last

Proverbs 1:8–11, 15; 9:10–11; 12:1; 24:3–4

It doesn't take long for parents of teenagers to trip over a difficult truth every parent of teens must learn to accept: teens believe that parents are about as smart as sea urchins. A direct correlation exists between the age of a child and his or her perception of a parent's intelligence. On average, children aged 0 to 12 believe their parents possess an IQ greater than Albert Einstein. Children aged 13 to 19 think their parents are semi-moronic. And as children aged 20 and upward get older, they gradually observe a remarkable increase in their parents' intelligence.

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