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First, I think it is unfortunately normal, to a point. I feel like I argue with my parents more than my friends do when I see them, but that's likely just weighted averages. I only see them when they are getting along.
Second, it isn't right. I believe arguing is a pointless waste of time and energy which only results in hurt feelings and fist shaped holes in the walls.
However I do believe in debating. I think we learn a lot through debating. You learn how to take different stand points on any subject, you learn more about the subject, and you learn about the person you are debating with.
If you really seem to be having problems with your parents I would suggest reading The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, The Anatomy of Peace, and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey.
Some suggestions of my own, discover why you argue with your parents. Is it because you don't feel they respect you, is it because you believe you are right and they are wrong, is it because it's such a habit ingrained within your subconscious that you don't even know.
Sometimes it's necessary to take responsibility. If they want you to do your chores and you want to hang with friends (or on Kidzworld then maybe look from their perspective. Realize what they have to deal with. Maybe they think that you are just some bratty kid who doesn't know how to respect and needs to be belted, maybe they think that you are too young to understand the overall picture they have in their mind. Whatever you decide it is talk to your parents. Tell them you need to talk to them about your relationship and it's very important. Lay down some ground rules such as no shouting and mandatory participation in the conversation. Then talk. Talk about specific times and general attitude. Find the true problem. Then listen. Hear their side. And truly try to understand.
Overall set some communication into flow. I think most disputes arise from miscommunication or no communication. I mean, if your parents truly understood your side would they do what they do? And vica versa.
I hope this helps. I would really recommend those books for anybody. Also you might look into the blog "Teenfo". It's a site just for teens to learn the principles of life.
But the child is partly at fault too for promoting the argument. Going on and on about something is n't going to change the adults mind, just make them annoyed.
I'm just a prisoner in this jail cell of a planet.