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7 Characteristics of a Good Argument

Student Story: Abby

In most households, teens and conflict usually go hand in hand. So how can parents turn the next confrontation with their teen into an opportunity for growth? On this weekend’s edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston shares the seven characteristics of a successful argument.

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Author: Mark Gregston

Mark Gregston began working with teens more than 40 years ago as a youth minister and Young Life director. He has authored nearly two dozen books, has written hundreds of articles, and is host of the nationally-acclaimed Parenting Today’s Teens podcast and radio broadcast.