What did or do you do when your parents argues ?

    In fact, i just want to do something that make me forget the boring moment. I am 14 and i am not a child to put my hand in the ears, now it`s so boring. Sometimes, i ask  myself , why i am participating in something when i don`t want to be and i don`t want to see and hear that?

    I just want to find peace in my life...

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    You're wrong!"
    "Be quiet!"
    "Stop it!"
    "I hate you!"

    When the people in your family are fighting, it's hard to figure out what to do. You may be feeling sad, ashamed, or even angry when it happens. Whatever your feelings are, what you probably want most is for the fighting to stop.

    When Your Parents Fight
    It can be pretty tough when your parents or stepparents are fighting. Remember, even people who love each other fight sometimes. And just because they fight doesn't mean they're going to stay mad for long or that they're going to get a divorce.

    It's natural for people who live together and spend a lot of time with each other to sometimes disagree and lose their tempers. Just think of the last time you and your brother or sister got into a fight. You didn't really mean all those things you said, did you? In the end, you probably made up. The same goes for parents.

    If you get really upset when your parents fight, you might want to talk to them about your feelings. Sometimes, parents don't realize that their arguing makes kids feel upset. If you tell them how you feel, they'll probably try to stop or at least explain to you why they are disagreeing.

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    Now that you've pointed it out, I don't think my parents ever fought in front of  us, never saw them.  It wasn't until my mom started drinking that I knew there was a problem.........


    maybe she drank b/c she held it all in .

    My mom drank because she could. She got sober so to speak later.....

    You are a bright girl. I think you  pick up ten times more that other girls your age. Be glad you're you. If they argue just leave the scene. I'm glad you're here with us. Usually, you will get a responsible answer. Usually.  

    We may argue with our own families but you don't have to hear it.  : ) 


    I wasn't able to give jersy a tu.

    There was a lot of yelling when I was growing up, and I can't remember what it was about at all. My dad's business was right outside the backyard,  a general hauling company, with truck drivers, bookkeeper, and dispatcher. The phone for our home was also the business phone. I don't recall a meal where Dad sat down with us and finished eating without being interrupted. Maybe that is why we went out to eat so often.  I think it was my dad letting off steam (frustration) he held in from customers and employees. Mom was the whipping post. She will tell you they never argued.

    The yelling became routine. I probably tuned it out by going outside or to my room.

    Depending on the reasons for their fights, you could try talking to them separately about it. Just don't be like that if you marry and become a parent. Learn from their mistakes; don't repeat them.

    it's sad that parents argue adn have big blow ups in front of the children. My step-grand daughter told me about their big blow up when they were still married.But. ,my step-daughter also grew up in a home where there was a lot of fighting between the parents. My parents didn't argue much in front of us, but they yelled at me alot to make up for it.


    Jersey, whatever you do, don't get preg or get married ,or both just to get out of the house, like my step-daughter and a lot of other girls do. She did both of the above.

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