Surviving (Your Child’s) Adolescence

Psychology Today
May 6, 2013

Negotiating disagreements with your teenager can teach skills of lasting value: “Every time I ask my daughter for anything, she tries to cut a deal. If she does what I want, then will I do something for her? If I need her help, she wants to horse-trade about when. Whatever job I have for her, she wants to talk about just doing part. At age fourteen, she haggles about everything! How can I stop her endless bargaining with me?”

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