Can Teens & Parents See Eye to Eye?

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, January 9, 2019
  • Teens and their parents come together to discuss their relationships with technology and each other. SUBSCRIBE for more! 👉 👈Follow us on INSTAGRAM: you a loyal Jubilee fan? Join our Facebook group: to be in a Jubilee video? Fill out our casting form:| ABOUT |Jubilee exists to bridge people together and inspire love through compelling stories. We create shareable human-centric videos that create connection, challenge assumptions, and touch the soul.Ultimately, we aim to inspire people to LIVE GREATER.| SOCIAL |Jubilee Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Website: https://www.jubileemedia.comJubilee MERCH: https://www.jubileegear.comHelp us caption & translate this video! brands interested in partnering with Jubilee, email us: us caption & translate this video!


  • Keilana Andaya  5 months ago

    But they picked emotionally stable teens. That’s not fair.

  • @Askia Vance FR!

  • @cloud pixie Exactly

  • Skye Lockhart  5 months ago

    "Hi. I'm Skye I'm 19 and I'm a professional Netflix watcher."

  • Skye Penn  11 days ago

    Cool we have the same name

  • Katherine A  18 days ago

    Skye Lockhart quirky

  • Alex  4 months ago

    Hi i'm 16 and I already have back pain

  • StarbucksCoffee  2 days ago

    H͓̽I͓̽R͓̽A͓̽E͓̽T͓̽H͓̽ lol my mum is 48 and she has a few grey hairs

  • @StarbucksCoffee I know someone who's 14 and does lmao

  • Deion R  4 months ago

    Why did you bring their biological parents?

  • Franklin  5 days ago

    Amen they looked so akward

  • brandilovesjay _  11 days ago

    Jared Widmaier Even at 24 years old I I feel I can speak more freely around aunts and uncles and adults who aren't related to me. I'm not walking on eggshells trying to figure out what they would want me to say and how they would react to how I feel about certain things.

  • Isobelle Moxon  28 days ago

    Nobody:No one ever:Absolutely no one:Elizabeth: Im ThIrTy-NiNe PlUs OnE

  • Your Majestyy  11 days ago


  • lilheba-هبة  14 days ago

    I just wrote that lol

  • yellow circle  4 months ago

    as a british person i couldnt take this seriously after she said her name was "fanny"

  • Ish_Hus2003  15 days ago


  • LivvyLoveyLaughy  16 days ago

    I was thinking that tooooo

  • BαႦα Yαɠα  4 months ago

    Kid One: I build robotsKid Two: Im patient about singing and musicKid Three: I fly planesMe: I have over a million robux on my roblox account

  • Saphhire Gem  3 days ago


  • Life of Talise  5 days ago

    LuappleSnapples literally same

  • lilly  4 months ago

    they should have done more dysfunctional kids and teens that don’t get along with their mom or dad. it would have been more interesting tbh.

  • CutsiePie 389.0  9 days ago

    Would have been great representation for other kids. And it might have improved their relationship once they see how they act vs how the other parents act towards their kids.

  • Zashaya Nizam  11 days ago

    yes. that would’ve been more interesting.

  • Fräulein Traveller  4 months ago

    i wish they chose regular people. a supermarket employee and her obese son. etc.

  • CutsiePie 389.0  9 days ago

    @Julia Michaelis OP meant people who don't have like the best jobs nd the ones you only see on TV. Normal average people you see every day. Like single parents, interracial couples, depressed kids, obese dads and skinny moms.Not the models we see on social media and the jobs we all dream of. They always seem to have their life together and this video won't relate to many people. These kids seem emotionally stable. They look like they have everything they want.Regular shmegular kids don't get anything...

  • Fräulein Traveller not Fanny and her son who builds robots

  • Jaylen  5 months ago

    High school Students vs high school teachers

  • Life of Talise  5 days ago

    Jaylen yesss

  • Blaz MV  1 months ago

    Oh great one