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During this time, Emily has been delivering Personal Body Safety, Media Literacy and Healthy Relationship programming to thousands of students in the NH seacoast.

Rather, they stick to G-rated activities such as rock-climbing or talking about books.

They are in good company, according to a new study showing that teenagers are increasingly delaying activities that had long been seen as rites of passage into adulthood.

This article is part of a Series that explores parenting issues related to bringing up healthy and well-adjusted teens and tweens.

The series attempts to unravel the mystery of how to raise middle- and high-schoolers without losing your sanity.

For example, the age of consent in New Hampshire is 16, meaning that if a teen is under 16 they are not legally allowed to consent to sex.

Q: What should parents be sharing with their sons and daughters about what constitutes a healthy relationship?

And what's just sort of normal, awkward teen behavior? While teenagers are starting to look very much like adults, their brains are fundamentally different.

Their emotional brain (limbic system) is on overdrive and the judgement/decision-making portion of their brain is still solidifying.

Being curious about their point of view can encourage them to share with you, even when the topic is difficult.

For the past 12 years, Emily Murphy has been a violence prevention educator for HAVEN (formerly known as Sexual Assault Support Services/SASS).

Keep the focus on how much you care about them and how they have the right to be safe and healthy.