My mom Vs. Me
My mom and I have a great mother daughter relationship. We love each other, and I can talk to her about anything; I know that she would understand me and guide me as the great mother that she is. I have also noticed that my mom and I have similarities in many of our opinions, but we have our differences as well. Even though my mom and I were raised in different decades, we tend to agree in some points of views, and of course we tend to disagree in some. It is also understandable that things were very different before than what they are now, they are even different for me that I’m raising my own child. Having similarities and differences is a good thing because we learn from each other. For example, my mom and I were discussing the other day that when she was young, girls had to date and wait to get married first and they would have a long dating relationship with their significant other, then in their honeymoon is when they will lose their virginity, and lastly they had their children. It works completely different now, that doesn’t happen anymore, women live with their partners for years before they get married, they may even have children before even getting married. In some cases, they move out and end the relationship without getting married or even engaged. My mother thinks that it shouldn’t be this way, that it should it be like it was back in her days. I told her that times have changed, and that I don’t necessarily think the same way, that now girls don’t have to wait for that to happen, and that it may even be better for them to live together for some time to get to know each other, before committing to a long term relationship. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that, however my mother doesn’t agree with that, she thinks that the order matters: dating, engagement, marriage, honeymoon and finally the children, that is how it was in her times. Now that doesn’t happen, some women even get pregnant without having a...
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