And, as usual, God has instructions about this. "Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupid arguments, because you know they produce quarrels."* Yes, they do. And little else.
So how do I avoid this? Over the years I have definitely reduced the speed and frequency of such arguments because God has shown me such abundant Grace. He has taught me to see God's face in the face of the person I am frustrated with; taught me that things come in God's time and my fussing adds nothing of value to the process; taught me to let go of the fear that drives all arguments.
So I drop to my knees again, profoundly grateful God that God did not leave me in charge; does not love my child based on my limited understanding of what is needed; is limited by nothing at any time, in any place; and always has my child's (and my own) best interest at heart. Relying on this is the best plan of all
*2 Timothy 2:23