Wednesday, April 27, 2011

“Everybody knows how to raise children, except the people who have them.”

Is it just me or is the 'parent-child' relationship sliiiggghhhtttlllyy overrated?

I'm not the least bit ungrateful for whatever they have done for me.
And I thank my stars each day for the mother I have.
But aren't most of these things their duties?

I am not feeling a wee bit cynical right now, no.
All I am saying is that parents tend get over each other over time;
and then subsequently, they get over their kids too. We all grow up, don't we?
Also, it is a little more than little hard to stay with the parents once you're over 15.
Or 12.



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  2. heheeh... true true... but Im happy the way they raised me... though it was'nt te best way... guess it accidently turned outt the best for me.. :))

  3. Yes. It is highly overrated.

  4. And many of our generation feel, parenting is a "THANKLESS JOB". But still they do it. Out of love some may claim. "Parents think the child will take care of them in old age" Others might point out.

    lets slow down. Ask every Orphan what they wish for...

    And hey whats not overrated, love is, marriage is, parenthood is, sex also is....


    /A M.S (AnonyMouS)

  5. I would like to know your generation, For Starters...