To speak about teens’ problems, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
To quarrel - to disagree with someone in an angry, often loud way, also quarrel - the noun
To be at odds - to disagree;
Support - to agree with and give encouragement to someone or something because you want him, her, or it to succeed;
Issue - a subject or problem that people are thinking and talking about;
Trust - to believe that someone is good and honest and will not harm you, or that something is safe and reliable;
To tease - to laugh at someone or say unkind things about them, either because you are joking or because you want to upset that person;
To bully - to hurt or frighten someone who is smaller or less powerful than you, often forcing that person to do something they do not want to do;
Accident-prone - a person often has accidents, usually because they are very awkward;
Dress up - to put on special clothes in order to change your appearance;
To cope with - to deal with problems or difficulties, especially with a degree of success;
Deny - to say that something is not true.
They're at odds over the funding of the project.
The majority of people in the town strongly support the plans to build a new school.
Trust me - I know about these things.
Little kids usually love dressing up in their mothers' clothes.