It depends on what type of parents you have. if you have very strict parents who hit you then you should probably stay out of it. go to you room, keep your sibling(s) happy and try not to side one parent as the other one might get angry and cause another fight. just be equal to both.
whereas if your parents are not physically fighting then you might just want to sit them both down and talk. (separately)
but for now just focus on your education cause that's all that matters in your life right now. and finally.... DON'T worry.
everything is going to work out so don't jump to conclusions , that your parents are going to divorce. because fights happen from time to time. and should be considered as normal because its not everything people have to agree on. but don't go thinking fighting is the right thing to do!
Leave the room and don't come out until its over. DO NOT get in the way or bother them while they're fighting or just had a fight. DO NOT try to break it up or calm them down. They can do that on their own. Just get out of the way. If they start taking their anger out on you, pack your stuff and stay at a friend or family members house until they cool down. Just dont worry about them. All parents fight. :l
I try to listen to both of them and jot down as much as i can,try to understand the main issue.Later when they are in good mood I speak separately to both of them in a nice and easy flow and express the effect of their fight on every body and ask them how can i help them.
After all they also need some love and sympathy.
Well, first on my list is to cheer them up - a hug usually raises a smile or two.
Second - listen to whats making them sad, hold your tongue if they say something you disagree with - believe me, upset can become angry in a few seconds.
And thirdly, if you can't do anything, just be there for them. If their sad, it's for a reason - they'll either open up or just smile at you because you stayed for them.
If your no good at any of these - and believe me, I was never very good at comforting upset people, opt for the third option, if your not good at that or you just know your going to say something you'll regret later, go somewhere inside the house so they don't feel like your abandoning them, out of their way, wait a while, and come back down again. They should be a bit calmer by then.
If your the reason their upset though, steer clear, say as little as possible, try to make it up to them with little things over an extended period of time - one cup of tea isn't going to endear you to them immeadiately.
I usually wait a couple of days using this tactic if I've upset my parents.
you find out why they're mad at you. sit down with them and let them explain themselves and then explain whatever the situation is to them. if they're mad at you its becasue they care about your well being and they want you to be safe and a good person.
oh thanks dr.phil
you cant do anything all you need to do is just relax have a glass of milk and stay out of it and whoever parents started it they will apoligize trust me kids it happened to me so dont worry
get them to some therapy because they're obviously unhappy about something
parents fight due to dissagreements
Fighting for fighting's sake leads to tragedy.
Her parents are always fighting.
No. Their parents would not allow it
because of you is pretty much about her parents fighting. when she was 16 her parents were on the verge of a
No because you aren't you're parents, and your relationship with someone else will most likely be different than your parents.
What is a close-up word?
Well maybe because they are sad?
usefully, their death brings their parents' fighting to an end
No, it's more of a battlefield. Unfortunately.
Depending on who the person is fighting. ( how serious or not serious it is ). School fight you tell the principle or your parents, maybe even the people who are fighting parents. If it is serious then yes tell the national guard, or police, fbi, depending which country you live in! There is alot you can do. And alot of people you can tell.
Make sure they know that them fighting is hurting you emotionally.