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So many of my clients have problems with angry teenage boys that a brief post is in order.

Teenage girls get angry, too, of course, but they tend to be more amenable to processing emotions and talking them through, which at least gives parents a little more leverage in dealing with them. More worrisome, the testosterone surges that boys experience blunts their fear while it disinhibits, making them more susceptible to dangerous behaviors that both invoke and result from anger.

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Parenting Teenage Boys
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