Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Line between Love and Disagreements – A Teen Perspective

The Line between Love and Disagreements – A Teen Perspective

Teenager Take:
As a teenager, I have had fights with my parents, and probably will in the future. It is my teen nature. They will say the wrong thing and so will I. It is a process. And if you’re the first child, it’s not just a process for you, but also a new process for them. But what I have learned is that they do understand, even though most of the time we teens say they don’t. Continue reading

The Line between Love and Disagreements – A Parent Perspective

The Line between Love and Disagreements – A Parent Perspective

Parent Take:
You can call them disagreements, tiffs or discussions, but most of the time they are downright arguments. And why do we have these arguments? It appears to be a natural part of the parent-teen dynamic. It seems no matter how much we try to avoid them, they do happen. Continue reading

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