Child Psychology and Behaviour

How to cope With teen disobedience

Aparna Balasundaram
11 to 16 years

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How to cope With teen disobedience

Teenage years are some of the most difficult, when you find your sweet obedient child turns into someone who refuses to listen, talks back, sulks and stomps out! All this leaves you in a soup, left wondering what you’re doing wrong. Our expert Aparna Balasundaram shares some interesting insight into why your teen doesn’t listen. Read on…


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Monika Gera

| Aug 25, 2017

thank you for the tips.

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Monika Gera

| Aug 25, 2017

thank you for the tips.

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Lalita P S

| Aug 18, 2017

wat an explanation dis made my heart light I felt simple things v make them complicated. true v have to leave them to make decisions. to make them more responsible thanks mam.

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Meetali Bhardwaj

| Aug 14, 2017

it is all wonderfully explained by you.... I thoroughly enjoyed reading every bit of your suggestions and would surely follow the tips to handle my teenage child.

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Kiran Pawa

| Aug 13, 2017

Thanks for the tips. When my kids throw tantrums I give them space to sulk.... and talk to them when their anger has abided and they are in a mood to listen. its not a sure shot formula but it works most of the time.

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Ishta

| Jul 29, 2017

very nice write-up. Though it is always difficult to deal with teens however a parent may train himself. Nevertheless it is a phase enjoy it.

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Sonia Chadha Khurana

| Jul 14, 2017

very helpful will follow it thanks

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Vidhi Gharat

| Jul 02, 2017

it was a very nice paragraph

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Psudharani

| Jun 21, 2017

iam really happy to choose the blog thanq

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Alokeparna Das Roy

| May 19, 2017

very useful and relevant

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Canisha Kapoor

| May 10, 2017

I have not reached the teen stage but I am sure this will be really helpful in the coming years. thank you for the blog

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Neelam Kundani

| Apr 25, 2017

They are not conformable with any rule set by us. He dsnt want ti tKd enough sleep at night

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Dr Reena Gautam

| Apr 17, 2017

Nice article. It's really difficult to deal with teenagers, I feel the tough part is to keep ourselves calm when they don't listen. It's like I know I should not get angry but I can't control and then the clash begins. So along with training them we should also train ourselves.

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