How to handle conflicts with your teen


The teenage years involve much change both physically and mentally, which can lead to an increased susceptibility to extreme emotional responses. — Positive Parenting

Conflicts between parents and teens are a normal part of life, but they can be stressful.

For example, you may face conflict when trying to advise teens, as they are likely to find it irritating, intrusive or too critical.

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