Lycee Khadija Oum El Mouminine - Tétouan - Maroc ثـانـويـة خـديـجـة أم الـمـؤمـنـيــــــــن
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Posté le: Mar 22 Fév - 21:48 (2011) Sujet du message: GENERATION GAP
Sometimes parents and young people struggle to find a mutual ground where they can understand each other and open up freely and willingly to each other’s suggestions and opinions. It’s mainly due to the differences that stain their way of thinking and feeling or what’s called GENERATION GAP. The generation gap is a true description of the huge difference between young people with all their ambition, strength and vigor and the parents, with all their wisdom, care and experiences they try to share. But unfortunately, they come to a dead end, with our rebellious thinking. To put an end to this ongoing conflict, parents, on the one hand need to realize that we welcome your advices but you have to let us live our lives and learn from our mistakes without judging or criticizing us , and young people on the other hand need to know that parents do what they do because they love you and not exactly to underestimate you and treat you like a baby. Relationships between parents and young people should be built on love, respect and most importantly sacrifice, because you can’t always agree with people, you just have to overlook and turn the page. All in all, what are young people without their parents? What are we without a warm hug from our mothers and a strong welcome from our fathers? It’s is okay to disagree, because opinions come and go, but what sticks with us is our respect and love for our parents and their support and kindness towards us.