how to deal wif teens that swear at u ect.
Mumzie101 - posted on 07/15/2009
yeah well i guess thats all i can do is keep on trying n telling them it is a terrible way to speak ! they have their days wen they r good n there is no swearing n i tell u it is heaven , i give them wat i can n wen i can , i let them be there own boss wen i let them go late night shoping n that only works for awhile . thanx for comment hey .
Shannen - posted on 07/15/2009
Swearing is something my husband and I don't tolerate. My child is 15year old and if she swears at me she can kiss her teeth goodby. I usually take the time and try to talk things over when she is in a funky mood. She can say, I just don't feel like talking about it right now, but no cursing! we have rules and there are day she just ignores us. Meaning she has selective memory. Just keep trying.
Agnes - posted on 07/15/2009
Hi sandra, i know how u feel, i have a 14 and 16 yrs old girls. what i did is me and my hubby sit down and talk to them and tell them its not right to do this or that. But admitt it that we ourselves have gone through all that. so i just hope if u can bring all of them to sit down to talk it will help u. it works for me and my hubby.
Mumzie101 - posted on 07/13/2009
well im sandra i ave 8 children ok n they age from 25,24,21,18,13 ,11, 8. ,6 , i not the teenager i the mother i 43 ok n having a time trying to work out my 11,13 yr old n my mum n i get along very well, i dont think you got the idea of wat i asked . my pic shows u my son n his girl that not me in the pic.
Adelle - posted on 07/12/2009
Its one thing to say, "we're the parent and we're in charge." Its another thing to do it in a way that's effective and positive. They are your children. As much as you may want them out of your face, its your responsibility to be the parent and try to help them down a more constructive path.
Please check out some of the answers to the threads - "Attitude" and "How to stop your teen from yelling at you." Some of the issues are the same. The refusal to attend school shows this is a much bigger problem than just a little attitude, though. These children don't respect you at all. I hate to say it, but - please look at yourself. Do it in all honesty. And try to figure out what you are doing that is not worthy of respect. Sometimes we need to clean up our own acts before we can be of any help to our family.
Lastly, given the truancy, maybe there are professionals who can help the entire family dynamic? Clergy? Social Worker/psychologist? School adviser or dean? Health care professional? Even a trusted friend or relative. Anyone or anything that will help you change the pattern and start on a new road.
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