Teenage is the phase of life where the children go through a lot, mentally and emotionally. In the notice of everybody, one can easily understand the legitimacy and importance of the adolescent stage of children. We know that as a generation passes, the perspectives of people also gradually change. No doubt things were harder in ancient times, people lived a little critical life back then, but now things have changed. Children in modern age want a simpler and sophisticated life because of the availability of means to do so.
Parents always do everything with the aspect for the betterment of their wards, but in doing so, they tend to forget the need to ask their children what they really want.
Teenagers think that they are more mature for their age, so they want to take things into their own hands, but parents being parents would never let that happen. I would suggest that the guardians should let the adolescents take their own life decisions. I mean, let’s face it, they are not toddlers anymore, they need to learn certain life lessons. What is the worst that could happen They would make a wrong choice, get into trouble and then end up in a hole; but in the end, they would always end up learning something and growing up.
Teenagers nowadays have a lot going on in their minds and parental intervention is like an icing to the cake. The adolescents want freedom, freedom from always explaining things to their parents, freedom from having to sneak out of the house every time they have to go out, but most of all, freedom from being treated like a kid whenever they stand up for themselves.
There is no doubt that parents and all guardians always think about the well being of their children, but honestly, nothing can be better and more progressive than helping the children become worthy of their independence instead of barring them from it.
Help them learn to live their life on their own terms. So, I would like to conclude by saying that parental intervention in a teenager’s life is a bane but can be turned into a boon, if the parents instead of to stopping the children, provoke them and help them to learn and grow up.