anonymous
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On big moral issues, parents and teens tend to __________. completely disagree be in agreement are not familiar with each other's position have intense arguments have mild to moderate arguments
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anonymous
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On moral issues, they actually tend to be in agreement. This isn't ALWAYS true, of course. But families tend to build their sense of morality, in unison. Parents and teens tend to argue over little issues, like how someone should dress, or how much time a teen should be allowed to spend, with their friends.
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  • anonymous
thanks again =) =) i enjoy reading your input on my questions
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It's no problem. I like to explain, so that people have an idea, the next time they see a similar question.

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well it really helps =) thanks again

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