Yelling At Teens Has The Opposite Effect

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Being a parent to a teenager can be challenging to say the least.

But according to new research, out in the past week, parents who yell at their teens, swear, or humiliate them are more likely to only create more problems.

Kathy Harrison is a Family Counselor.

The study says kids treated this way are more likely to act up in school, lie, steal, fight…



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