I want to take commerce but my parents want me to take biology,what to do?
Wow they said my answer was too short. First time in my life I'm succinct and they tell me to make it longer!
it is your choice. there are times when a parent's decision leaves the child with no choice to say anything more. but, you have to be clear of your decision. if you are choosing commerce, then you need to back it up with a proper reason which your parents will accept.
also, stick to your decision.
Do what you like to do. Chase your passion and you will definitely achieve success in life. Talk to them, explain them why you wish to take up commerce. try convincing them. They are your parents and they will surely accept your decision .
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