On the web: “It’s scary when your parents fight, we know”

Service pieces are my forte–I love writing features that will help people live their lives better. This post is one that’s particularly close to my heart. I wish someone had sent the same advice my way when I was a kid…

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Service pieces are my forte–I love writing features that will help people live their lives better. This post is one that’s particularly close to my heart. I wish someone had sent the same advice my way when I was a kid.

For some families, fights seem like a routine. Perhaps you’re in your room listening to music or studying when you hear the raised voices. And for other families, it’s a once-in-a-blue-moon thing, but when it happens, perhaps on a weekend road trip, it’s explosive. It doesn’t matter what they’re fighting over—money troubles, work stress, family issues—for many girls, when they hear Mom and Dad argue, the only thing that comes to mind is the D-word. Cue the freak-out. Here’s how to survive fights that have absolutely nothing to do with you.

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Author: Brittany Taylor

Brittany Taylor is the chick behind SeeBrittWrite, and she believes in the transformative power of stories. She uses words to turn businesses into story-driven brands. Her work has appeared in national magazines, both in print and digital, but her next project might just be yours.

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