I wouldn't have called the police and I also wouldn't interfere parents and teenagers arguments can be explosive and overly dramatic I've witnessed it first hand with my sister and one of her daughters, my advice is stay out of it-unless you think a life is in danger then I would go right ahead and call the police. After all no ever really know whats going on behind closed doors.
Exactly, i dont want to get involved at all, i just wish they could just not be so loud especially when its late at night. I feel for the other kids i really do but at the end of the day its really none of business, I will be calling the police if it escalates like that again, but other than that theres not much else i can do, right? I remember being a teenager, and i know what its like being a mum so i cant judge the situation.
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