Fighting With Your Teen? There are Good Ways & Bad Ways to Argue: Learn How to Fight - Right! by Nicole DeAvilla
It's only natural to have some arguments with your teen. Researchers have found that how your teen argues can affect his or her mental health.
- If they are attacking or withdrawing, it's not so good.
- Neither is complying with your every whim a good thing for them (sorry!).
Problem-solving and learning to understand another person’s point of view is the best way to argue. According to research this helps kids to have healthy relationships and minds. How can you help? Model empathy and problem-solving when the urge to fight hits.
Read more about the best way to fight with your teenager here!