Our expert says:
Hard to tell, from a distance. Teenagers easily get angry and unco-operative at times. And either don't want to tell you what it's about, or can't tell you because they don't really understand it themselves. Avoid fighting over unimportant things, and be clear and unambiguous about the few things worth being clear about as regards the basic rules of the house and self-protection. Make it clear that you don't want to fight, because these fights are ones which everyone loses ; and that you will be available for him to discuss with you anything that is troubling him, and would like to be able to help
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