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This issue, in one form or another, has been going on for a very long time.
When faced with a differing opinion, it is important that you ask yourself and your teen a couple of questions. It is important to explore with your teen why they feel that changing their hair color is important to them. Often it will reveal one of two things.
Either they are struggling with feelings of not fitting in or they feel that others do not pay attention to them. Also, I think that it is important to ask yourself, as the parent, the question of why is it so important to you that your daughter does not dye her hair.
And the answer to this may as simple as that you love the color of hair that God gave your daughter. However, I would follow up by asking myself, is the dying of her hair a sin, will it bring major difficulties in her life, or does it potentially have long-term consequences that she may be unaware of?
If the answers to these questions are no, then it is important to evaluate if having your desire in hair color is more important than your relationship with your daughter. Please do not get me wrong, I believe in the fact that you are the parent and the ultimate choice should be yours.
It is my opinion that you save the times where you go against their choice and press your authority only in the situation where there is a sin issue, where it could bring major difficulties into their lives, or when it could have long-term consequences. In other words, you save these times for hills that are worth dying on and not for the times when the hill is not worth the Teens with dyed hair.
As always if you have spent the time to establish a close and open relationship with your child these conversations are easier to address and they and you are much more willing to listen to your thoughts and opinions. Are you struggling to communicate with your teenager? Crosswinds can help. Reach out to us today to learn how we can bring your family closer and open up channels of communication between parents and teenagers.
Consider the Long-Term Before Making a Final Decision Please do not get me wrong, I believe in the fact that you are the parent and the ultimate choice should be yours.
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