If you could tell your parents (or parent) one thing that you think they'd dislike with out getting a negative reaction what would you say?
I mainly have in mind teens living with their parents and older children that have already left the nest. Too often people in important relationships get into arguements that are really just a huge misunderstanding. One or both stop listening to the other and take for granted each other's company. Too soon children leave the nest or rather flee. Small problems become big problems and over time may never get solved....
So what is it you wish to say, or have left unsaid to your parent(s) because of the never-ending feud?
I think it takes understanding of who we are to totally get to grips with parental/child conflicts. Sometimes that happens when we are all quite old. What's little to one may not be so little to the other.
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