The Effects Of Parental Parents On Children

897 Words Mar 30th, 2016 4 Pages
“Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.” Charles R. Swindoll. Not knowing if those memories are positive or negative. Each day parents wake up with hope that they can provide for their children’s necessities. There are different kinds of parents some are good for their children but some are not. Most parents raise their kids the way their own parents raised them, whether it was good or bad. Some parents are too protective; they are hard to get along with. Laid-back parents make teenager’s lives simple and joyful because the parents are there to support their children when they need it, without questioning. Then there are the parents who do nothing in providing for their child, neglecting parents, which can result to teenagers getting into bad circumstances. Parents are supposed to support and nurture their children; but if they do not do it properly, there can be serious effects in their children’s future.
Having protective parents can make the life of teenagers difficult. Protective parents demand that their children obey them and that they follow rules. These parents mean their best but that is especially hard for teenagers to understand because adolescence is a time when changes happen; teenagers are starting to have their own opinions, which are probably opposite to their parents. It is hard for teenagers to make mistakes if they have protective parents because they always expect something good to come from their kids. Most of the…
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