How Close Are You To Your Parents?

 

 

Parents in my opinion are your best friends. Most of the time, they never have ill motives regarding their child. If there is anything called true love then your parents are the ones who feel it for you. Their love for you is extremely pure and they never will manipulate you for their own profits. While it is also true that parents sometimes get overcautious and don’t let their child face the difficulties of life.

The unintended consequence of this type of parenting is that they are ill-prepared for the real world. If your parents are overprotective then you will always hold a very idealistic view of life and it may hurt you later on in your life.

These idealistic views are also reinforced by cartoons and movies as well. It further strengthens the perception that you will have a perfect life. I don’t really know what life really is but one thing that I do know is that it is far from perfect. It would rarely turn out as you think. You will have moments of happiness, sadness, and surprise and you never which one is gonna come next. If your parents let you see the world for yourself while guiding you when you need them then you will lead a very fruitful time.

People don’t get it and they have a very hard time understanding this fact. Most of the time they just don’t want to listen to other people and in turn leave their children in a dire state. In these simple ways, you can help them and you can show your love for them. And God said, Children, obey your parents in the Lord: for this is right.

Play the quiz to know how close are you to your parents while do note that no quiz under the Sun could tell how close are you to your parents. Hence play it only for fun.

“All parents damage their children. It cannot be helped. Youth, like pristine glass, absorbs the prints of its handlers. Some parents smudge, others crack, a few shatter childhoods completely into jagged little pieces, beyond repair.”
― Mitch Albom, The Five People You Meet in Heaven

“The Voice

There is a voice inside of you
That whispers all day long,
“I feel this is right for me,
I know that this is wrong.”
No teacher, preacher, parent, friend
Or wise man can decide
What’s right for you–just listen to
The voice that speaks inside.”
― Shel Silverstein

“When a child first catches adults out — when it first walks into his grave little head that adults do not always have divine intelligence, that their judgments are not always wise, their thinking true, their sentences just — his world falls into panic desolation. The gods are fallen and all safety gone. And there is one sure thing about the fall of gods: they do not fall a little; they crash and shatter or sink deeply into green muck. It is a tedious job to build them up again; they never quite shine. And the child’s world is never quite whole again. It is an aching kind of growing.”
― John Steinbeck, East of Eden

“Through the blur, I wondered if I was alone or if other parents felt the same way I did – that everything involving our children was painful in some way. The emotions, whether they were joy, sorrow, love or pride, were so deep and sharp that in the end they left you raw, exposed and yes, in pain. The human heart was not designed to beat outside the human body and yet, each child represented just that – a parent’s heart bared, beating forever outside its chest.”
― Debra Ginsberg

“You know all that sympathy that you feel for an abused child who suffers without a good mom or dad to love and care for them? Well, they don’t stay children forever. No one magically becomes an adult the day they turn eighteen. Some people grow up sooner, many grow up later. Some never really do. But just remember that some people in this world are older versions of those same kids we cry for.”
― Ashly Lorenzana

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    It’s your thirteenth birthday, and you don’t know what your parents will buy you this year. They end up buying you:

    • An old, rusty bicycle that they bought at the garage sale last weekend.
    • The mp3 player you’ve been showing them in the mall lately.
    • The iPod Touch you’ve been asking for since Christmas!
  • Question of

    It’s Saturday, and you’re at the mall with your mom. You both walk into

    • Picks out an outdated, baggy dress and holds it out to you…”Like it, dear?” No — you don’t.
    • Grabs a cute tee that says a catchy “I HEART MUSIC” phrase on it…”Look at this!” You like the shirt.
    • Chooses an awesome lavender blouse that you’ve been talking about since forever…”Want this, honey?” YESS.
  • Question of

    Your best friend Sarah comes over to your house for a sleepover one night, and when your dad enters the room, he says to Sarah:

    • Hey! I see my daughter has made a new friend! What’s your name, dear?
    • Hey, Sam! What’s up? Did I say your name right?
    • Hi, Sarah! What’s going on? Having fun?
  • Question of

    When your friends ask you to go the mall with them, your mom asks if she can join you guys — just for fun. You say:

    • Mom…It’s a ‘girl’ thing — Not that you would know, anyway…
    • Okay, Mom — But try not to embarrass me, okay?
    • Sure, Mom; it’ll be fun! We girls can hit the theater after!
    • You come home from school and find your mom holding your diary. “What is it? I know it’s private, so I didn’t read it, but what is it? You should’ve told me, because i found it under the bed in your room. Clean it up.”
    • You come home from school and find your diary tossed on the bed. Your mom is cleaning up in your room. “I saw that book under your bed. I know it’s your diary, and it has ‘secrets’ in there, so I didn’t read it. But put it somewhere else please.”
  • Question of

    It’s your birthday, and your parents were in charge of downloading the music soundtracks and playlists. When it’s your birthday party, music turns on and fills the room…

    • The song playing is “Money” by ABBA, your parents’ favorite old-time song. You hate your parents’ music, and you expected them to know that. You cover your ears to block out the embarrassing music.
    • The room is filled with the sound of “Here We Go Again” by Demi Lovato, a song you liked last month. Oh, well. The song is still good, but there’s a song you like more now.
    • You hear the song “Down” by Jay Sean ft. Lil Wayne playing, and you grin. ‘My favorite song,’ you think. Your parents know you too well.
  • Question of

    When it’s Take Your Daughter to Work day, your dad:

    • Immediately asks your younger / older sister, not even thinking about you.
    • Asks you, and then if you say no, he asks your younger / older sister.
    • Asks you right away, knowing you’d say yes. You do.
  • Question of

    Your parents and you are having the “talk” for the first time. You feel uncomfortable, and your parents:

    • Don’t even notice your fidgeting. They continue talking without a pause.
    • Stop talking and ask you “Have you done something bad? You look guilty.” Of course not! You tell them no, and they continue lecturing you.
    • Stop talking right away and say “That’s enough. Sorry for making you uncomfortable, dear.”
  • Question of

    Oh, no! You’ve left your lunch at home, meaning you won’t have anything to eat for lunch at school! You quickly call your mom and:

    • She comes during 6th period, after lunch, meaning you starved the whole lunchtime.
    • She comes during 1st period in her embarrassingly hideous exercising outfit.
    • She quickly arrives during 3rd period (break) and hands you your lunch. She’s just on time!
  • Question of

    It’s Christmas time finally! You know your dad is thinking about buying you a brand-new laptop…

    • But then he asks you what color you want it to be; He doesn’t know your favorite color at all.
    • He knows what color you want for sure, but makes sure, and then asks you what design you want.
    • He buys you a laptop with the exact color and design you want; your dad just wants his girl to be happy.
  • Question of

    This is a totally irrevelant question — not related to the actual quiz at all, but do you believe in Santa?

    • Yes.
    • No.
    • Maybe so.
  • Question of

    do you talk to your parents on the phone much?

    • Um everyday!
    • Nope never
    • Only on occasion
    • When I need something from them
  • Question of

    How long do you typically talk to them?

    • 0-0 minutes
    • 5-20 minutes
    • 30-50 minutes
    • 1-3 hours
  • Question of

    Imagine your in high school again. You fail all of your classes and are required to pay 500 for another semester. Would your parents do it?

    • In a heartbeat!
    • Depends on my reasoning
    • With hard negotiation
    • Nope! I messed up on my own
  • Question of

    How supportive of your decisions?

    • Very
    • Depends on what my decision is
    • No they hate everything. No bias over me though
  • Question of

    Do your parents support your dreams?

    • Very
    • Depends
    • No, They aren’t supportive!

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