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Hi I have two teenage boys my oldest is 16 my other son is 15. The two of them get in arguments and it turns into a physical altercations. They punch each other in the face and also on their bodies. I'm not sure if  I should try breaking it up or just let them get it out of their systems. They are both very strong and very stubborn so I'm afraid if it keeps on happening one or both are going to get hurt very badly!! Please help!! I need some advice.

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Dear Amber,

Yes, this can change. Read my answer here!

http://mkaykeller.blogspot.com/2014/11/my-teen-boys-are-physically-fighting.html

Thank you for posting.

Dr. Mary Kay Keller
http://www.independentauthornetwork.com/mary-kay-keller-phd.html  

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