you must respect them first , and then they will feel what you feel , respect must come out from you
Well the issue is not about respect from the adult child which is me. I have respect for my parent mother. So that is not the issue. The issue is I have respect and she does not have any for me.
there must be a reason ,,and you must find it out , maybe you are doin something she dun like , check yourself and go ask her ,
I don't think that really has to be a reason. Sometimes parents just want to control every aspect of their children's lives even when they are grown adults. So, it's not necessarily a specific reason why. It just is what it is and parents never want to let go.
still you have to go and talk to them , explain that you are not young anymore ,, dont lose your parents
That's the thing. Talking. Will she listen? I will have this conversation with her but who knows how that will go.
nobody knows, so you must try ,, in good n friendly way:D ,,,good luck
chinese family has that habit of treating teenage/ adult kids as babies. To them, their children are forever babies in their eyes. So, parents kept doing everything for them. My bro in law who is 45 years old, is being served by my mother in law everyday. She wash his clothes, get ready his bowl of rice, wash his plates, fold his clothes, etc.... As if he is crippled !
Thanks for your response. In the black community most black mothers tend to be too overbearing with their daughters and they don't like ti feel disrespected by their daughters either. But sometimes just a mere expression of opinions is considered
I know a mother who is 69 years old, do not consult anything with her son of 48 years for marrying someone who she did not like.
The son and daughter in law are never considered part of the family.
Some parents are less educated so they treat heir children differently
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