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Can Teens & Parents See Eye to Eye?

Published on Jan 9, 2019

Teens and their parents come together to discuss their relationships with technology and each other.
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Keilana Andaya
Keilana Andaya 4 months ago

But they picked emotionally stable teens. That’s not fair.

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Skye Lockhart
Skye Lockhart 3 months ago

"Hi. I'm Skye I'm 19 and I'm a professional Netflix watcher."

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Deion R
Deion R 3 months ago

Why did you bring their biological parents?

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BootDK 3 months ago

Kid One: I build robots
Kid Two: Im patient about singing and music
Kid Three: I fly planes
Me: I have over a million robux on my roblox account

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Alex 3 months ago

Hi i'm 16 and I already have back pain

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Townes Jones
Townes Jones 4 months ago

Would have been better if the teenagers and parents weren’t related so it could be about less personal issues and more about perceptions of the world

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yellow circle
yellow circle 3 months ago

as a british person i couldnt take this seriously after she said her name was "fanny"

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Girl of Many Vloggities
Girl of Many Vloggities 4 months ago (edited)

I wonder if Isabella and her mom were laughing at Fanny’s name considering they’re British and I, as an American, know what that means.

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Alexanders VeryOwn
Alexanders VeryOwn 2 months ago

"I trust her"
daughter smiles with joy

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Fräulein Traveller
Fräulein Traveller 3 months ago

i wish they chose regular people. a supermarket employee and her obese son. etc.

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benjamin bethel
benjamin bethel 4 months ago

Do parents that beat their kids and parents who don't.

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Autumn Smith
Autumn Smith 3 months ago

I came here to hear all of our shared teenage hoodrat activities.

All I heard was their future college entrance essay topics.

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bbg 3 months ago

here’s the tea...all those teens want more control & want their parents to be less strict they jus lying bc that’s their biological parents lmfao bc every teen wants that to a certain degree

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Maya Hums
Maya Hums 3 months ago

I didn’t know you had Instagram
*awkward laugh*
I got rid of it...
serious side eye
😂😂 3:06

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Mary Oary
Mary Oary 3 months ago

He said “it’s my own fault for having kids” like uhhh

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Eve Macri
Eve Macri 3 months ago

1 minuet in and I know that these are not normal people...

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Tiffany Sung
Tiffany Sung 3 months ago

3:33 depression and anxiety comes from a lack of innocence???? Uh ok

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lilly 3 months ago (edited)

they should have done more dysfunctional kids and parents.
like teens that don’t get along with their mom or dad.
it would have been more interesting tbh.

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Amen Somen
Amen Somen 2 months ago

The great depression was caused by lack of innocence.

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anna whxtevxr
anna whxtevxr 4 months ago (edited)

I think this is a really good idea but maybe you can do it a second time with strangers.
So no parent-teen situation but an adult-teen conversation:)
But still great video! Keep the good work up!😊

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