Most adults assume that conflict involves physical violence and abuse. But it can also be emotional and psychological in nature. When a teenager gets involved in this, it can impact their emotional wellbeing in a way that carries forward well into their adulthood. In this video, Aarti Rajaratnam talks about how can parents prevent a conflict from greatly impacting a teenager.
‘Knowing teenagers with Aarti C Rajaratnam’ is a fortnightly video column for parents, teachers, and adults who interact with teenagers. Each episode will share insights that will help the audience understand the adolescent mind and behavior.
Aarti C Rajaratnam is a clinical psychologist who has been working with children and teenagers for over two decades.
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