November 22, 2014

Stop Arguing With Me!

Stop Arguing with Me!Hi All –

Teenagers love to argue don’t they? They like to say they are discussing, but we know what’s going on. Why? Because we were teenagers once. Oh but don’t tell them that because they think that this time and space is unique only to them and we are clueless of what they are going through. “Nothing new under the sun” rings through my noggin when they start this line of “logic”!

I have to tell you about how I almost always stop there arguing. See it was making me nuts, I was sure that my logical responses would of course squelch any further discussion – right? WRONG! After bandaging my bloodied head from banging it against the wall, I started on the quest to find the holy grail of parenting tools – stop teenager arguing. And guess what I did! Interested?

In  a sec I will show you how you too can reestablish bliss and harmony in your home. Ok maybe just eliminate the infuriating word “Why?”. Which is the first thing I learned. They don’t want to know why, this is their intro line to “put  up your dukes”. Check – don’t continue telling them why.

Next, walk away. You know you do not have attend every fight you are invited to. State what you had to say and turn and walk away. Don’t look back, don’t have the last work (DON’T!!), just put one foot in front of the other.

So where did I get all this amazing, insightful info? Well here is a quote that might give you an idea why I had to find out what these parenting techiques were all about.

How to Stop Arguing With Your Child
This is a powerful technique parents love because it pulls the plug on any argument with your child. You’ll be stunned at how quickly it works—even if your teenage son is 6’2″ tall and you’re just 5’4″! Oh there is more to it than this. Just take a look!

Well I am 5’4 so this was speaking right to me! And, drumroll please, we are living proof that it works. Tried and true.

So now it is your turn. Don’t spend another moment feeling helpless and impotent in dealing with your argumentative teen. Mama Juju just wouldn’t be a good friend if I didn’t pass on this hot insider parenting info!

Chat soon ~

 

About the author: By

Julie is an awesome parent (along with her husband Matt) to five adopted kiddos and the owner of the Positive Parenting Skills website.

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Disclaimer: We are not psychologists, counselors, or therapists. We are parents of children with special challenges, and the techniques, tools, and programs we recommend on this website have worked for us on our parenting journey.

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