Setting Curfew

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Lisa Whelchel
Nov 14, 2010

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Here’s an idea for parents of teenagers that Megan, the college student who is living with us for three months, shared with us. Her parents allowed her to set her own curfew, within reason. She then set an alarm clock with that predetermined time on it and set it on her parent’s nightstand before she left for the evening. It was her responsibility to turn the alarm off when she arrived later that night. That way her parents didn’t have to stay up worrying but they knew whether she made it in on time or not. Isn’t that a great way to handle curfew?!

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