Should kids be encouraged to talk back?

Is arguing a good thing? Researchers at the University of Virginia say yes. In fact, they say that teens who learn how to talk back and argue with their parents in a calm, persuasive manner are better prepared for dealing with peer pressure as teens and adults. Listen to or read this NPR story on the issue. Then comment on our Facebook page.

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