Lack of respect in teens

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Addressing a Lack of Respect for Authority

Teenagers Might Have a Problem With Respect But It's Not the One You Think — Developmental Science

I can't take the disrespect anymore" —Mom of a teen. Sadly, this is not an unusual sentiment. Parents feel overwhelmed by their teens' entitled, disrespectful attitude and feel at a loss for how to reverse it. If we think that they will mature and grow out of the disrespectful phase, we are so wrong.

How to Teach Teens to Respect Parents

But you also want them to accept that there are rules in your family, just as there are rules in the outside world. Disrespect towards parents is common as youngsters navigate the waters between childhood and adulthood. This article explains 10 tips for successfully handling disrespectful and often rebellious teenagers. There are loose wires everywhere. It means teenagers can get frustrated easily, with themselves and with external situations.
If you have a teenager, you're probably familiar with the feeling of being disrespected: Your teen rolls their eyes, sighs deeply, no longer laughs at your jokes, goes straight to their room and closes the door, or seems to argue with you all the time. You feel triggered: Your once-compliant child is becoming a stranger. Or your parental authority is threatened.