Fights between you and your kids are common--and, once they hit their tweens and teens, even frequent. Friends, grades, chores, and even the clothes your kids wear can result in disagreements that run the risk of becoming heated. But, like all conflicts, these can be resolved. Read on for tips on restoring the peace after a parent-child argument.


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(First published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Parenting section as "Peace, Mom!" in November 2003; all photos from Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging courtesy of Paramount Pictures;adapted  for use in Female Network)
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