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They may just feel confused, angry, upset, lost or hormonal, and they do not know how to express it. Pick your battles with your teenager If they only ever hear nagging from you, they'll stop listening. Chaat there anything I can help with?

Show them you respect their intelligence and are curious about the choices they've made. Be honest yourself Teenagers will criticise you if you do not follow your own advice.

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Sticking to open questions such as "How are you? If they have an eating disorder, for example, asking confrontational questions like "What did you eat for lunch?

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Remind them of what they're good at and what you like about them. Information is empowering. For example, "How does smoking weed make you feel the next day?

You need to be clear that you want to help them and will not do anything they do not want you to. Ask your teenager the right questions Sometimes you'll find out more about your teenager if you ask open questions.

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