Parents and Teen Decisions

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Do you agree or disagree with following statement? Parent or other adult relatives should make important decisions for their older (15- to 18-year-old) teenage children. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Decisions

Many parents nowadays, started to make decisions for their teenage children. Others, still give the opportunity for the children to make decisions on their own and to be responsible among themselves. In my view, I prefer for children to make all important decisions on their own for the following reasons.

First, teenage children’s (15- to 18-years-old) usually had reached puberty and became mature enough both physically and mentally, as there brains had developed enough. Therefore, parents should give their children the opportunity to try how to make decisions on their own. This is because; when children’s goes for education in universities in different country’s than the country that his parents, there is a big possibility that the child will live alone and there might no one that could help him to make or to decide on his important decisions.

Second, children’s from fifteen to eighteen years old like to have some privacy in their lives and to live in the way and style that they like to live. Also, when parents make important decisions for their child then there is also a possibility that the child will not be convinced by his parent’s decisions. For instance, when a child needs to decide for which county to travel for education his parents might decide for him to go for Paris, but the child might want to go to Canada so that he wouldn’t miss his friends that he had in the school. As a result, the child might not work hard to achieve his parent’s aims, as he will not be motivated and convinced with them.

In conclusion, In order to give birth for developed generations in the future, parents should give at least their kids the chance to decide certain significant decisions on their own, to prevent any of the...
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