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Children who are constantly arguing with their parents handle tension with their peers better. As a result they are less attracted towards alcohol and drugs.

Researchers from Virginia University came to that conclusion after examining 150 children for 3 years. As informs linking on The Daily Mail, through arguments children improve their negotiation skills and raise their confidence. It came out that children who felt assured during an argument refuse alcohol and drugs more frequently.

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