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Parents interference
Do you think parents should interfere in siblings or friends quarrel? I think no. Because they will solve it themselves. This will increase the understanding between them and also they will learn to solve problems themselves.
Started on  23-Oct-2003  By  Madhur   E-mail : meenakshi@rediffmail.com
SAMYUKTA

Parents are the very basis of our identity in society. Interference is an abstract term with a vagaries of latent perceptions.Parents need not directly get involved but they definitely must give advice when sought after.An emotional and moral backup without influencing thought would be an ideal scenario!

ANIL

Yes, and in addition parents can also be very strict. My father is a real disciplinarian. We have frequent punishments like kneeling sit ups murga and sometimes caning

SAMEER BAKSHI

According to behavioural psychologist, discipline is a thing which cannot be taught by narrating values in front of a 6 yrs. old child but by observing successful people through your eyes. My viewpoint rests on this premise on my line of argument. linked to this issue is the concept of "parental interference" which has these days snowballed into a major tension area with respect to parent-children relationship. Children call it "generation gap" and parents call it " dipression gap". What a irony of sorts. Both the parties stand on two extreme ends of thinking, not ready to budge a inch from it's stand. While we place both the views on two sides of weighing scale, we observe both the sides are quite true theoretically but not practically. Practically both are not eyeing each other. Society is fast changing. With change, some new values have found recognition in our society. We cannot deny this fact. So with changing times we need to change our views also. We should reach a compromise with some adjustments so that both can live happly. But when a parent interferes with respect to career, childern should have a say because they are the ones who have to adjust with changing market trends. In similar fashion following this line of argument , parent's and children can demarcate some grey area's of there life by an open disscussion whenever both feel free and reach a settlement by method of arbitration

KUMAR CHITRANG

Hi ! I read people's opinion of parental interference. I am, however, not quite satisfied. You guys have just picked up " DISCUSSION " as the subject. It is PARENT'S INTERFERENCE that we are talking about here. Don't wanna offend anyone, an' no hard feelings.. RIGHT ! Well, in my opinion, the present day generation of kids an' adolescents wants to break free from all bounds and restrictions. Not, however, realising that they are gonna need this interference in the not-so-distant future.. that it is done out of goodwill ! Don't wanna sound like a democrat, but my advice to parents is.. " Try to make your child at ease with yourself, but don't try to be his/her friend ! Children want their parents to be parents. They don't want them to be friends. When you become extra friendly with a child, he goes easy with you and you may lose the respect that you owe from the child. REMEMBER: just like no one can replace your best friends in your life, likewise..you can't replace a child's friend from his life.. the generation gap of thought will always be there.

PRASANNA

I think parents should not interfere with their childs friends, because it will spoil friendship. I am one of the victim of that. One day my friend and I wanted to join in a same school. But my father slapped my face in front of my friends parents,it made my friends parents to make avoid their sons friendship with me. I am still missing his friendship a lot.

ANJU

Hello , I read all the comments. My experience says is that parents interference is beneficial at some stages but at the same time not beneficial. I would narrate to you a true experience of mine. When I was 12 years old I had made several friends amongst whom there were 5 boys. My parents did not have any problem but one day my mom said that I should not talk to one of the boys who was about 7 years older to me I refused and told my mom that I cant. She in anger gave me a tight slap and Asked me not to talk to him and said If I will she is going to be very strict. Then also I did not stop talking one day my mom saw me with him at a restaurant. On coming back home I was trashed very badly with canes and slaps. Then I stopped talking to him. After a few days of this incident I came to know that he was caught raping a girl.

DEEPALI VERMA

I strongly feel that no one else but our parents are our real role models. We grow up seeing them and copying their ways. Whenever I am in some kind of confusion, tension, depression or if I am losing my confidence etc..my mother always helps me out of it. She explains me what I should do and what not. The point is that the word " interference" is not relevant when it comes to parents I think it is guidence. They would never let us go the wrong the way.

DEEPALI VERMA

I strongly feel that no one else but our parents are our real role models. We grow up seeing them and copying their ways. Whenever I am in some kind of confusion, tension, depression or if I am losing my confidence etc..my mother always helps me out of it. She explains me what I should do and what not. The point is that the word " interference" is not relevant when it comes to parents I think it is guidence. They would never let us go the wrong the way.

GAURAV

Parents are the very basis of our identity in society. Interference is an abstract term with a vagaries of latent perceptions.Parents need not directly get involved but they definitely must give advice when sought after.An emotional and moral backup without influencing thought would be an ideal scenario!

KATELYN

I think that some times parents should interfere when friends have fights because the fights might get carried away and end up hurting some one physically or mentally.

GIRIJA ANIRUDHAN

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