grown adults are telling teens not to be upset that they arent getting a graduation and they need to stfu as the coronavirus pandemic continues and social distancing has become our. Despite their volatility, teens cannot tolerate their parents intensely emotional reactions. They get mad, end conversations and interpret this as their parents inability to handle things. Teens complain about their parents tendency to freak out so perhaps freak out privately or work on controlling your emotions. Grown adults are telling teens not to be upset that they arent getting a graduation and they need to stfu. As the coronavirus pandemic continues and social distancing has become our new normal, so many other normals have been cancelled or altered beyond recognition. Teens know too much to think if they share their pain with you, that you would be qualified to help them. Teens are in a tough spot and it often makes them feel frustration and anger. Some teens seem to walk around assuming that their parents are in a fight with them. Started it by being so cranky and uncompromising, these teens are always upset with the people around them. The parentteen can then discuss how things might be managed differently next time. It is very important to teach teenagers how to repair relationships when they have acted in aggressive or abusive ways. As parents we often feel deeply hurt by teenagers and it is vital to coach, explain and teach teens how to repair. the teen years come with all sorts of changes, so its normal to face some emotional ups and downs. If a person is struggling with extra weight, it may add to these emotions. Of course, not everyone who is overweight is worried or upset about it. I was suddenly facing the reality that not only were teens ill-equipped. Instead, it will upset your child even more and keep the argument going. Whats more effective is to say, if you choose not to go to your room and calm down, there will be a consequence later and then walk away.