Why do kids always angry at their parents , even more angry than they ever get a

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  1. Sky9106 profile image72
    Sky9106posted 6 years ago

    Why do kids always angry at their parents , even more angry than they ever get at their friends?

    Think carefully and even try to remember your own self, at that time you felt justified enough to do so. That where the best answer will come from.

  2. profile image0
    Old Empresarioposted 6 years ago

    That's easy. Kids get angry at their parents because deep down, they know their parents are right. They just don't want to accept this law of nature.

  3. CrisSp profile image84
    CrisSpposted 6 years ago

    Very interesting question, but to answer it, because they know they can get away with their friends not with their parents and because their friends are likely to sympathize with them regardless of the situation.

  4. homesteadbound profile image84
    homesteadboundposted 6 years ago

    I think that they get more angry with their parents for a couple reasons. The first is that the parents still exert control over their lives, often in ways that the child wants to rebel against. And second, peer pressure causes many kids to conform and agree to fit in.

  5. Catzgendron profile image71
    Catzgendronposted 6 years ago

    Remember as Parents we should be able to admit if we were at fault, that is a good life lesson for our children. They need to know that even adults make mistakes. read more

  6. teaches12345 profile image93
    teaches12345posted 6 years ago

    It follows that old saying, "you always hurt the ones you love".  Teens are just beginning to mature emotionally.  They are dealing with issues that mom and dad used to solve for them or help protect them from.  It is frustrating to have to decide what is right and wrong on your own.  When they chose the wrong, they react with anger 1) because they feel badly 2) they feel like they are being put under the microscope. They haven't yet realized that it's ok to be angry but the attitude must adjust to work positively with the issue.  That's just one point and I could be looking at it differently from what you asked. Great question.

 
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