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What's with this? My parents seem really weird and dysfunctional compared with most?

Author : Katie

Submitted : 2018-01-02 20:43:21    Popularity:     

Tags: weird  parents  compared  dysfunctional  

I've noticed over the years that my parents don't seem to care about raising me in a functional home. They don't even seem to care if I go to university or not or even if I have a job. Now most of my friends have been to University. Some have

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maybe theyre just too busy with their own stuff to think about what youre doing

Sadly, there are many parents like that.The best you can say about them is that they brought you into the world and gave you enough care to keep you alive and healthy. Now it is up to you to take over and improve your life in every way you can, without their help. You deserve to have an education and every happiness that you want in life. You will feel sad that your parents don't care, and that is normal, but don't let it stop you from pursuing the things you want to do. If it's important to you, you may want to tell your parents how disappointed you feel in their apparent lack of interest in your progress in life.They will probably deny that they are at fault, but at least you will get some relief from expressing your feelings to them.

Presuming you're over the age of 18, your parents have done their job. It's no longer appropriate for them to give you unsolicited advice. It's now YOUR job to worry about your own self.

"I'm not sure what to do." Your life is what YOU make of it. Welcome to adulthood.

You will do what I did. I left home as soon as I graduated from high school. I then got my Undergrad and law school degrees using grants, scholarships and loans and working part time.

My parents, likewise, were not supportive. I stopped wondering why a very long time ago.



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