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Q: My ADHD Husband and Son Are at Each Other’s Throats!

parent-child conflict and empty apologies. I think these are related. Like most teens, your son is apologizing to de-escalate a situation and get out of there.

This can be very frustrating to parents who want to see remorse and change. But as long as he feels criticized and provoked, your son won’t make progress in changing his ways.

Let’s look at how improving the family dynamic will help him feel more comfortable and share himself more.The top priority has to be reducing conflict between your two guys and forging a more positive connection between them.

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