Nurture Shock: New Thinking About Children Revised

Arguing is the Opposite of Lying for Teens

  • A moderate amount of arguing between parents and children seems to be the best. Parents who listen to their child’s argument and make changes to rules if the child makes a good argument are doing the best for the child. Stonewalling or giving in so the child is your friend are not in the child’s best interests. Parents tend to find arguing as destructive while children generally find it to be productive. Adults hold on to negativity longer.
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