Four Styles of Fighting with Your Teenager and Which Is the Healthiest
By Stonewater Recovery · 1 minute read
Well , a blog for The New York Times , reported on a study considering the different ways teenagers fight with their parents. Researchers found four primary styles of fighting:
- Problem Solving
Learning To Problem Solve with your TeenWhen a loved child goes to treatment for addiction and/or alcoholism, there are many opportunities to learn with them. Family therapy, family support groups, and personal therapy work help parents understand the state of their child's brain, heart, body and soul as it heals from addiction. Remember that your child is not the enemy but that addiction has come into your home. Work with your teen rather than against them in continuing to build their foundation of recovery.
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