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As much as I do for her, she is real “mouthy” to me. I’m scared that one day one of these tantrums will cause her to do something she will regret. It is understandle that you are at the end of your patience with your daughter.
If anything, I wonder why it has taken you so long to get there?
Rather, she needs to learn that, in the real world, where there are hard consequences for our actions, we pay dearly for our insulting and dysfunctional behaviors.
We have had to deal with one of them (14) shoplifting,getting into fights,running away from home,stealing money and jewellery from us and our 15 yr old is dabbling in drugs,throws and breaks stuff in the house and when they fall out with each other it's like world war 3 in our house and the last time they started fighting (and not girly fighting,we are talking fists here) I tried to get in the middle to break it up only for my 15 year old to hit me so hard on the arm I had bruises for 2 weeks,we are at our wits end.
My eldest is a boy he's 20 and we never had any problems with him at all so this has been a big shock to the system and we are really hoping that they grow out of it and fast,the worrying thing is we have 3 younger girls 10,8 and 5 and we are really hoping that we are not going to have to go through anything similar with them I think I would have a nervous breakdown.
By the way, there is also the psychotherapy route for you and your family.
My 17 year old daughter is so horrible (obnoxious, rude, hostile, lazy) that I actually dislike her so much that I don't even want to be in the same room with her let alone talking to her!!