It's a moment that every parent dreads. You knew it was coming, but somehow, you just never thought it would happen to you. No matter how long you've wondered and worried about it, you're still never quite ready to hear your teen say, "I'm planning to go on a road trip." Allowing your child to set off on his or her first independent road trip is a terrifying notion for many parents. And though it is natural to be concerned about your teen's safety, to doubt whether or not he or she is mature and responsible enough to handle the potential scenarios he or she may encounter, there are a few measures you can take to help better prepare your kid for his or her adventure that will also let you rest a little easier in his or her absence.
Ready or not, the teen driver in your family will eventually be rearing to hit the wide open road. It's natural for your child to want to exercise his or her freedom, even if that exercise makes your hair turn gray prematurely. It's just the order of things, but if you follow a few tips before you set them loose, you just might maintain some of your natural hair color.Back To Top