7 months ago
Last edited at 5:30AM on 5/7/2013
But I think a hearing session must be held with both parties present.:) We should gain knowledge about how teenagers perceive the world, then act accordingly. But we just want others behave as we consider to be right. If you ever wanted to study: Laura Berk's Development Through Lifespan is a good book. Will help you all through your life. (Horses need a skillful person to be trained, what about humans?)
Probably. He is trying to become a man but still has immaturity of a child. Best bet is to be kind and patient. Rebuke bad attitudes and language with firmness but always assure love and respect from loved ones in his life.
it could be emotional things, mood swings..i geuss...hormones. or he could be trying to push people away. people are mean sometimes when they want to be left alone. ask him if anythings wrong and if he says nothing..keep asking..just in case