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« Reply #5: August 11, 2008, 07:05:28 pm »

Just tossing in a somewhat different angle- having been both a teen with parents that didn't always get along and being a young adult figuring out married life.

I always hated when my parents argued.  It made my stomach churn and my parents never even shouted (at least in front of us).  I can sympathize with being stuck in a tense household. 

Being in my parents' shoes now, I've gotten a chance to understand some things about relationship dynamics.  Everybody disagrees and we all get on each other's nerves sometimes, you know?  There's no way to fix that because unless your parents are really unhappy a lot or arguing in a way that becomes physically/verbally/emotionally abusive, there's probably nothing to fix.  That's just how it goes when you share a home and life with someone else. Smiley  Buttons get pushed and toes get stepped on.

And dealing with the things that bug you about the other person or the situations that you have a hard time finding a solution for can help you grow as individuals and as a couple.  You learn compromise, patience, etc.  Using magic to hurry things along may remove a needed experience for them.

That said, it could be helpful for you and your brother to talk to them about what's going on.  Parents are human and may be so wrapped up in what's going on between them that they don't realize how it's affecting you.  There are a lot of parents who underestimate how tuned in their kids are to situations occuring in the home.  Some positive results may come from an honest discussion. 

- OpenHands

well, by brother's only 8 and a little too young to really understand what's going on, but i have talked to them about it and they said that they are unhappy sometimes.  well, next week we are going to winnipeg to see my oma so hopefuly they will get some bonding time.  thanks
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