But, twenty-first century parents still want to be involved with their kids’ life choices.
They respect your independence, but they want to protect you…sometimes from yourself and your rose-colored glasses.
2) They want to know: Is your significant other good to you? Does he or she have little respect for you and your family and friends?
If the answer is yes, it would be smart to listen to the critics.
Upon serious reflection, they might change their minds.3) If, on the other hand, your parents are more concerned about your significant other’s station in life, or his future plans, you may want to let the criticism roll off your back.What counts is that you love the person and accept how he lives his life.The may not admit it, but your parents may have been in a similar position with your grandparents when they were young.Or, your friends Might just be Jealous Friends, especially singles, might just wish they were in your shoes, believe it or not.