Teenagers, obviously, are susceptible to negative influences. They are easily carried away by these distractions, especially when they have not been rooted in moral sensitive awareness from the very inception of life - either through parental ignorance or negligence, or perhaps both. Aiding transformation, in one way or another, is an attractive measure of help that parents - and all others who believe in teenage welfare - may provide.
Youth of 12 to 18 years of age require phase-appropriate, time-sensitive attention by way of unobtrusive preventive guidance - untainted by over-bearing intervention. They need to be balanced in body-mind-spirit, from both emotional and intellectual standpoints. In light of these reasons, interactively engaging, peer-related, cause-oriented, purposeful missions must be ingrained, or better said, inculcated in them.
These parent-youth partnerships in learning seminars are invaluable. Choose to attend as often as you wish.