do you stand the interference of your parents in your life?
February 27, 2008 4:29am CST
When we grow up we tend to disobey are parents we severally take their advices but let me ask you ,is there somebody who still stands his parents interference in their life!!
27 Feb 08
what I think is that this is a very natural phenomena and because as the group be tend to know more about the world and there may be time when our parents are thinking from another point of view and we are thinking from another point of view and in such cases there would be a clash in their decisions with powers. This is a testing time for everybody and I think we should handle this time very carefully. We should make our parents realise why we think that we are right with our point of view. It is always better to discuss with them because one thing is for sure they will not tell us anything which can be harmful to us. Sometimes it may be the case that they are more protective but again that is not wrong. We have to make them realise and once we can do this than there is no problem in these matters. We should never disobeyed their orders with a negative frame of mind because it will always bring trouble to life we should not forget their importance in on life. They are like the roots of a tree. The more strong day and the more bonded they are with us a better balance we will have in our life and also in their life.
27 Feb 08
I moved 300 miles from my mother to avoid her meddling, pestering and interfering. My mother, bless her, believes in having a large nuclear family; everyone living close to each other and interacting everyday. I love her, but find her constant need to see me, talk to me, do things with me, far too much to deal with. So, I certainly do not let my parents interfere with my life. I avoided it altogether by moving away. However, I know quite a few people who do. They respect their parents' opinions (without thinking about said opinions) so much that they let them get in the way and, sometimes, ruin their lives. Mommy does not always know best. It's one thing to respect your parents and their decisions but it is another to let them run your life. Trying telling people that though *sigh*
27 Feb 08
I lived with my dad from 13 and he has a very laissez-faire approach to family. He believes, and he has told me this; children have their own lives, parents should not expect them to stick around and play house all their lives. He always allowed me, and expected of me, a lot of independence.