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How do you stop yourself from smacking your teenage daughter in the mouth?
You can ask in a polite manner for help with the most simple of chores as dishes or laundry. Yet you will get a response that just makes you picture yourself flying across the room like a mad woman and "SMACKING" them in the mouth. Why do most teenage girls feel that they need to respond with a smirk, teeth sucking, shoulder lifting, neck twirling, opinion giving attitude?
Just ignore, things will become better itself.
I can get very angry of her, but I never think of smacking her. However, I need to let off steam in other ways, such as yelling, count to ten or twenty, kicking a three, take a walk or something! Teenagers can really test your patience!
here is the thing when u have that urge u need to go with it!! I promise u hit her once bet you wont have any more problems!!
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