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Parenting Teen

From experience as a has-been teenager, and now a mother of one, I can certify that this is the most difficult part of growing up, both for the child as well as for the parent. There is a new challenge each day! Every gesture or word of the parent is taken in the literal sense but if anything is said by the parent, then they have to hear that they did not understand the purport of the words expressed by the child.


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Raja Surendra

| Dec 05, 2017

thank you very much for your suggestions. I will try it.

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Raja Surendra

| Dec 05, 2017

thank you very much for your suggestions. I will try it.

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Raja Surendra

| Dec 05, 2017

thank you very much for your suggestions. I will try it.

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Sandhya Venkat

| Nov 03, 2017

thank you very much I definitely i will try this way

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Sarab Khurana

| Sep 08, 2017

agree but not able to avoid argument

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Kavita Rathi

| Jun 03, 2017

how to deal with teen tantrums then

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jyoti gill

| Sep 15, 2013

Agreed to this totally.... now issue is what is the way out and to make them understand that we do understand them but there is something called deadline which is not understanding there teenage problems, and that is where the argument starts.... ??????

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Neetu Ralhan

| Nov 07, 2012

I so relate with this, specially the second para - every word and gesture is taken literally and you just have to be watchful all the time.. arguments are aplenty, and this can be draining for both the parent and the child.. so once in a while I take the silence route, saying I would rather keep quiet for a while than argue.. gives the other party food for thought and a chance to cool down :)

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