Maybe this is true for some people having a messy room when growing up, but I never did I like things to be organised and always have. Tell her that you won't wash any clothes that don't make it into the hamper—then don't back down. Their nasty rooms affects everyone therefore, at least put dirty dishes away and pick up your nasty underwear. A teenage girl reading in her messy bedroom, Suffolk UK unmade messy student double bed bedroom chair and clothing; England; UK view of two elf slippers, a phone charger and an extension lead on wooden floor by an unmade bed with clothes in a male teenagers' bedroom Exhausted woman sitting in bed with messy hair Sisters cleaning bedroom Teenage Girl In Her Messy Bedroom England Teenage girls untidy bedroom Messy and cramped attic bedroom aerial view of a male teenagers unmade bed with scattered clothes and phone charger White wooden bed with messy blankets in cozy teen girl's room Teenagers bedroom with posters and stuffed animals, unmade bed with teenager in it Extremely messy room of a teenage. So, all I have if they do that would be, my bed, tv, night stand and charging stuff. When we live in our parents' house, there isn't much that truly belongs to us.
In any case, I thoroughly agree with the points you have set forth here, and I would like to add that these habits may or may not follow us into our adult lives depending on the type of person we end up living with.
Tackle Your Teen's Messy Room
To be honest I don't think teenage girls should have to clean their disorganised room because there will go messy again in a couple of days sometimes hours. Someplace that you won't go. We may use conversion tracking pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to identify when an advertisement has successfully resulted in the desired action, such as signing up for the HubPages Service or publishing an article on the HubPages Service. Despite all that, throughout my life I have cleaned my room every year to be spotless clean, everything put away, everything counted, blah blah. Even though I'm no longer a teenager, I will use the communal "we" to describe the actions and thoughts of myself and my almost-peers. Messy, cluttered teenage boy's bedroom with piles of clothes, music and sports equipment.