National Council for Hypnotherapy responds to new statistics on arguments teenage girls have with their mother.
By Jenny Gould, Jun 19 2013 03:00AM
British teenage girls struggling to control hormones argue with their mothers 183 times a year. Statistics show they also slam 164 doors, have 257 fights with siblings and fall out with their friends 127 times a year. Figures also stated that the girl only fully appreciates her mother’s efforts when she turns 23.