My Son’s Anger Frightens Me – Part 2

Parents and teenagers live in different worlds and their challenge is finding common ground.  Common ground is a place where the arguing stops, even if only for a moment.  Finding common ground can be as simple as a well-timed look, an in-house joke, a quick hug, a catch up about sport or a trip to the shops via a milkshake bar.  Finding common ground confirms, “I can still find something I like about you even when you are totally annoying me!”