Hi everyone more concerns to ask about. I notice that no matter what I say or ask my son to do he always has to argue even if he didn't here the question or concern. It could be as simple as how was your day? He would say why do you always ask me that. (with attitude) when I say it doesn't matter what the topic is I mean it. I don't think it is part of the negative attitude, I just wonder if he is always feeling pressured even if he isn't. I need help from you guys who have been through this, and can give me alittle insite as to this being normal or not. another example is when he is trying to get ready for school he always tells me," I no what time it is stop telling me to get ready. I tell him you will miss the bus, but he has to still argue with me. I let him get ready on his own and he almost missed the if I hadn't stepped in and said,"now you have to go." I'm so tired of this and I no I shouldn't agrue but you can't help it sometimes. help.
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