How to deal with your teenager's stubbornness, backtalking & mood swings
Jan 27, 2021, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Kumkum Jagadish, Kumkum Jagadish, Clinical psychologist
| Jan 23, 2021
My brother-in-law's son is 15 years old now. I am living in a joint family set up. He would just not have food on time or take bath on time or even sleep on time. This disturbs the entire schedule and delays other chores at home since everything is common. His both parents are working and do not have time to explain to him. How can I make him understand this behaviour is not appropriate and how important it is to value time?
| Jan 23, 2021
Hi, my son is of 13. Nowadays I have observed that he is going through mood swings. I mean sometimes he behaves like a natured boy, does his studies of his own, follows his schedule. But if we tell him or advice him something he does exactly opposite or ignores. I don't understand how to handle it. Please help.
| Jan 25, 2021
My daughter is 12 and a half years old. She has mood swings . One minute she would be polite and nice and within few minutes she would be become agitated, gets angry and starts to answer back rudely. Sometimes I fail to understand what is that I did to get that response from her. We have otherwise a very cordial relationship and we share everything with each other. I want to understand her better, how can I do that.
| Jan 26, 2021
Hello Doctor! My niece is 15 yrs old Now a days She demand for her personal phone, right now my sister in law gives her phone for calling to her frnds and she deletes call logs after calling. What can I should stop this as she is very close to me. I Have told her many times not to say lie with your parents, but she didn't follow as I know she is going through teenage age But I need you help mam.. 🙏
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