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Soniador1963 Soniador1963 46-50, M 8 Answers Jul 8 in Parenting & Family

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First, be non judgmental don't be quick to tell them they're good or bad on days with their mood that's judgement from nowhere and not helping and always show you care.

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my older kids don't disrespect me anymore; I used to have doors slamming in my face, the cursing, the yelling, 'you don't understand', the "leave me alone!'. Boy, all that drama has contributed to my gray hairs. I don't know what these kids want from me anymore.

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Love, empathy, compassion and reminding myself that their actions and attitude are just a normal hormonal phase...and too remembering how rough my own teen years were, helps a lot.

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keep showing how it is done and hoping it sinks in

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M........ Am a teen child and just talking to ur child and try to understand him/her goes a long way. My dad's had it a lot of times

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That all depends on why they're acting that way? Is this something recent? Have they always been disrespectful and you never dealt with it before? Not enough info.

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it's too late

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