A: Slam a door
Teen Girls Average 183 Arguments Annually With Moms
(Undated) — A new survey reveals that teenage girls are as difficult to handle as parents usually say. The poll, which was conducted by feminine care company Li-Lets, questioned mothers about the behavior of their teenage daughters. It found that on average, teenage girls fight with their mothers 183 times per year, or approximately once every two days. The girls argue with their siblings even more — 257 times per year. On average, girls in their teens slam doors 164 times per year, fight with friends 127 times per year, and cry over boys 123 times per year. The female respondents who are now mothers also said it was only once they turned 23 that they started to appreciate their own moms.