“I want to go home,” a teen girl shouted from the top of the balcony as her mom moved boxes into the unfurnished living room. Before you dismiss her feelings, acknowledge that they are valid. The move is not viewed as an exciting new chapter for the family in her eyes. If this sounds familiar you need to pump the breaks here. You have to do what is right for the family, but your teen is taking it hard. The move has shattered stability, they could lose connections at school that they formed and they may feel betrayed. He or she might feel devastated that they will have to start all over again and could resent you. Kids need to feel stability and consistency. If you need to move there are ways to handle it before you have a screaming teen on your hands. Here are 5 ways to help your teen cope with the changes of moving.