What do you do with your children 42 times a week? According to a new survey of over 2,000 parents with children ages 2 to 12, its argue.
The survey found the average parent has six separate arguments with their kids each day. That adds up to 182 a month, and 2,184 arguments a year. The average family argument, according to this survey, lasts just over eight minutes.
What are you arguing with your kids about the most? Over half of all arguments involve foods or drinks. Here are the top five:
1. Not cleaning their plate.
2. Not cleaning their bedroom.
3. Only wanting junk food.
4. Complaining that they're full after they've barely touched their food.
5. Fighting with their siblings.
There are 30 total arguments on the survey list. Learn more about the survey through SWNS Digital.