Teens must have a routine in order for proper behavior. Not every teen or adolescent agrees that curfews are necessary. However, curfews are a necessary part discipline and keep teens out of trouble; therefore, teen curfews are an effective way of keeping teens out of trouble.
Teens need to have everyday routine schedule from the time they wake, throughout the school day, having a family dinner, right up to the time they go to bed. It is important for teens to have after school activities so that they are not bored. When teens have things planned and have commitments they are less likely to get into trouble. Establishing a routine and schedule should be at an early age. The younger the child the easier it will be to set time limits and curfews. Setting time limits when teens should be home every night is a great way to establish a routine Allowing a teenager, (who thinks they know everything), to stay out past midnight on a school night is not good way of helping them succeed in their studies during the day. Proper rest and good study habits are necessary for any child to perform well in school and in everyday activities.
Time limits and curfews should be set to keep teens from roaming the streets. There is no good reason for children to be out unaccompanied late at night. Older children staying out late nights unsupervised promotes misconduct, and can result in being exposed to alcohol and drug abuse. In addition, other common behavior misconduct such as promiscuity, leading to teenage pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and spreading communicable diseases. When kids have a set amount of time out of the house, they stay busy, but with no curfew, they get bored. Boredom leads to trouble .Making a curfew will help put a stop to these activities before they lead to these problems.
The probabilities of teens getting into situations that can be dangerous occur more at night. For instance, violent crimes like fighting, stabbings, and...
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