By N. Lothungbeni Humtsoe
January 21, 2023 (IANSlife) You can ask your parents a thousand questions about relationships. But how frequently do we take that route? We are often too preoccupied with our daily lives to conduct meaningful interactions. Furthermore, having meaningful talks with our parents and relatives is sometimes overlooked. Deep conversations are difficult to initiate for a variety of reasons. One major explanation is that humans assume that time stops for them. As a result, we repeatedly put it off till another day.
No matter the situation, we must have deep and meaningful conversations with our parents. There are insights and wisdom that only life experiences provide. And as our parents, they will always have more experiences. Having a solid relationship with our parents will make us stronger and wiser and give us insights into life - their advice can guide us in challenging times.
Sheetal Shaparia, Life coach and Relationship expert said, "As a child ages, having relationship-related discussions with their parents is crucial. The more a parent and child can have productive conversations regarding relationships, the more sure of themselves the children will be. In many cases, it will help the kids know their worth and how to draw boundaries. Therefore, the bonus of asking the right questions and following that advice is on the children."
Here are a few questions you can ask your parents to have a strong relationship suggests Sheetal:
This will strengthen and create more understanding between parents and children. It will make the children see their parents differently - as individuals. And it will allow the parents to share their life experiences.
Parent-children relationship questions:
Intimate partner relationship questions:
It may seem uncomfortable to ask your parents these questions. But they can act like a blueprint as you foray into intimate partner relationships. The conversation's quality and depth will depend on your relationship with your parents.
People's lives are often predictable, and their thoughts and emotions are not original to a singular person. Over time, shared experiences can lead to more awareness among people. This makes asking for meaningful life and relationship advice from parents crucial. It is important to note that it is not enough to ask questions but to practice the changes. This will make you a more evolved individual who can bring the best version of yourself to the table.
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