Sexual development is a normal part of the teen years.Your teen needs your help in understanding his or her feelings, peer pressure, and how to say no if he or she does not want to have sex.If you do not find the answers to your questions on this Web site, talk to your parents or a doctor.

Although there are many possible symptoms of Asperger's syndrome, the main symptom is significant trouble with social situations.

Your child may have mild to severe symptoms or have a few or many of these symptoms.

To be diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a child must have a combination of these symptoms and significant trouble with social situations.

Although the condition is in some ways similar to autism, a child with Asperger's syndrome typically has normal language and intellectual development.

But if you think talking to your son or daughter about sex is tough, or it makes you nervous, know that you're not alone. CDC’s Parent Portal Information from across all of CDC for parents, covering everything from safety at home and in the community to immunization schedules and developmental milestones for ages 0–19 years.

Advocates for Youth A resource for parents with Frequently Asked Questions, information on the importance of parents as sex educators, and tips on talking with teens.

Door-slamming fights over phone use and friend choice, late nights spent lying awake envisioning benders or high-speed car chases, the futile feeling that everything you says goes in one ear and out the other.

And as much as parents struggle, teens will attest that adolescence is no cakewalk for them either.

What's happening during adolescence that turns many once-sweet kids into unruly rabble-rousers?