Parents are only human. They have problems and face challenges just as teens do. Sometimes their problems can affect the whole family and place burdens on their children. Financial issues, difficult work situations, mental health disorders, substance abuse, and long-term illness are some of the things that can affect parents. In these cases it can fall to teen children to take on adult responsibilities or teens may find themselves in unhealthy, or even dangerous, home situations. There are ways to cope with dysfunctional parents. If you're struggling at home, help is available.
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