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Helpful Tips for Parents of Teen Runaways
Why Kids Run Away
By Corinna Vangerwen Sep 7, But three- and four-year-olds who like to make a run for it can be down the street in a flash. Their reasons for dashing off are likely to be different, too. Running is a new skill for toddlers, and they may want to practise it. Engage your kid by offering something else to focus on. The next step is to help your child understand your point of view. Empathy takes practice. Read more: The debate: Should you use a leash to control your toddler?
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5 ways to get your preschooler to stop running away from you
Having a child run away from home is every parent's worst nightmare. Even more shocking though, is the fact that almost all teens have thought about running away at least once. They just don't all follow through with it. For this reason, it's important to remember that teens who run away are just like every other teen. They aren't bad kids. They just have made a bad decision. They got themselves caught up in something or are feeling pressures that they felt the need to escape from. Instead of facing their problems and solving them, they chose to run from them. Likewise, the parents of teen runaways are not bad parents.
When you were little, did you ever run away? Maybe you packed up your backpack and made it down the driveway or around the corner to your friend's backyard. But after a little while, you forgot why you were running away and it was getting dark out, so you went home. We hope that was the last time you thought about running away because there's a big difference between thinking about running away or walking a few blocks down the street and actually running away. Running away is a serious problem. According to the National Runaway Switchboard, an organization that takes calls and helps kids who have run away or are thinking of running away, 1 in 7 kids between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away at some point.