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January 13, by middleearthnj When a teen breaks the rules or behaves poorly, parents must step in and ensure that there is a consequence. Here are some ideas for appropriate consequences when your teen misbehaves: Serious or unsafe behaviors should never be ignored. Generally, natural consequences help them learn best.
People talk about "chav behaviour" or "chav insults" and that sort of thing. Oh, don't believe the popular etymologies that you read sometimes in the press and on websites. I saw one the other day, people said, "It's an acronym, 'chav', from 'council house and violent'"—well, no, it isn't, that was made up in recent times. Created by radio host Matt Lucas for the show Little Britain , the character Vicky Pollard is a teenage girl intended to parody a chav.
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