Most conflicts arise when some Value/Need is violated or has been not met. Respect, Trust, Reliability, Independence, Money, Time, etc. certainly has different "meanings" in your mind as a Mom, and your Teen's.
Are you clear about your values, and what they mean for you? Does your Teen know what they are, so they can help inch forward in meeting some part of it for you?
Using Respect, Trust, and more values in of itself has no meaning for a Teen, unless they know: (a) the meaning behind it for YOU, and (b) it has some emotional sigificance, when you wish to engage with the Teenage Brain.
The cycle is complete when you also include your Teen and ask "What does Respect mean for you?" and have their say and meaning. Now you can get somewhere, connect, and reach a middle ground to where you both matter.
To learn how to define YOUR values, and to word them in a way that Your Teen not only gets them , but can specifically help you attain them at home, join the Moms of Teens Tribe (MOTT). To learn more about the MOTT, or to join, please email: email@example.com - 3 hours ago