Why Do Teens Disobey Their Parents?

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Teens may disobey their parents to test their boundaries. They are often trying to assert their independence or may be succumbing to peer pressure.
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This is what teenagers do. It is all about pushing the boundaries to see how far they can get. The more they push the more they get, in their eyes. Parenting of teenagers is not an
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You don't have to know everything. In fact, the ideal parent knows that they don't know everything, however you will need to learn new skills. Parenting a teen requires a more subtle
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1. Allow some independence for your teen. Help your teenager to establish his own identity and figure out her place in the world. 2. Decide how important an issue is before you argue
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Children disobey their parents because they want to be more independent. Thank
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