why are adult children so disrespectful to their parents?

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Answered: When your adult child hurts you, what do you do?

Before you even confront your child, ask yourself why is my child saying something hurtful? Is your child saying something that needs to be said? How is your relationship with your child? The biggest thing you should ask yourself is how do you treat your child? Do you say hurtful things to ...

Answered: Disrespectful teens

Part of it is the age. With puberty comes raging hormones coursing through their systems and the need for independence. They are growing up, and although they don't act like adults, they want to be treated like adults with adult privilges. Another part is the fact that kids grow up at a much faster ...

Answered: Children being disciplined

Spanking just doesn't work. Kids are saying these things because they're emulating what they here. From their parents and/or TV. The answer? Always be mindful around your kids and control what they watch and hear.

Answered: Why did a random user say, "I hate adults who pretend to be

Don't know the whole story, but a lot of responsible people are getting fed up with other grown people who don't do the right thing or can't be relied upon, because they behave like silly, spoiled children. There are too many "man-boys" running around, and it's time for people to put away the toys ...

Answered: Mothers looking for children they have abandoned. I was born and left in

Hi i am a 17 years old boy .i have no one to take care of me .I am looking for some one who can help take good care of me , here is my email address . (jobwhington@yahoo.com )

Answered: Getting started as an adult care provider

Keep in mind that there is no "best" approach. An individual's acceptance of adult care services depends on many factors, including personality, level of hesitance, functional level, mental status, relationship with the caregiver, experience in a social setting and understanding of adult care ...
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As an Adult, how is it that our Parents can still ...

Here is the thing, your parents will ALWAYS see you as their baby and you will ALWAYS see your parents as you did as a child. That is why they can push your buttons. There is a difference now that you are an adult. You can rationalize WHY this occurs with you and your parents. As an adult I ...

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Each tv station subtly promotes its thoughts by addressing people in this manner.

Summer camp: Good for kids, good for parents?

Speaking from having the experience of being the child who has gone camp, the counselor who had the privilege to spend a week with great kids, and an aunt who helps pay for her nieces and nephews to be able to go to camp, it is by far one of the best experiences you can give your child. I was ...

As my adopted daughter has reached adulthood, I'm ...

I agree with nomorepbreaks' answer completely.This is not something that can be pushed on to someone. With that being said she may need some help getting on the right path meaning seeking help. This isn't trivial at all and it requires lots of patience by you. I wish you the best of luck