rejection as a parent from your adult children

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Archer
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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Archer » Thu Sep 01, 2016 3:13 pm

ALthough i am not a parent yet and perhaps i can not be totally objective as to this point, but i am more than sure rejecting your kid is out of law, human law :twisted: :twisted: It is like you decided that you do not need this kid, but i am sorry, you took the responsibility for his life... How can you just say i don not need you any more??? i do not really understand it!

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Mike Liner » Thu Sep 01, 2016 3:16 pm

Children grow very fast, you know :o :shock: :? :( :o And when they become adults, they do not depend on their parents, they begin to make decissions by themselves :oops: :o :shock: Some of them are wrong, but some of them are also right :roll: :roll: :!: So you should not judge them, but just understand and love them ;) ;) :cry:

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby JohnBrown » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:09 pm

Unfortunately it can be a real problem for gay parents. In most cases such things happen when you have a teen. As we know, all teens are against the whole world. So if your child starts rejecting you as a parent, be patient and explain your kid that you love him very much and is ready to wait until your baby will realize his parents love.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Williams » Tue Sep 13, 2016 3:27 pm

:mrgreen: i think that you would never be rejected if you are sure that you are a good parent and you have raised your child in a good way. i think that i am right and everything would be really alright. try to talk to him and ask what si the reason of this attitude to yo. i know that children are the parts of the companies and they influence them not in a very good way. you shall convince him that he shall not be why of his parents, you love him and you are the closest people to him. i hope that you have understood it good and you would not have such problems in your childhood anymore. that is everything i wanted to tell you.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Andrew » Wed Sep 14, 2016 3:58 pm

Oh, it is such a bad situation, when you are rejected by your own child :( :( :( :o :shock: But I guess there is also your fault in that :o :shock: :? Only you have grown up your child in such way, so that he wants to reject you :( But not be so disappointed :) :) :) Your child will not live with you forever, so he will move out some time ;) ;) ;)

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Harry » Thu Sep 29, 2016 9:20 am

i thnk that you shall worry abut it a lot,but i think that it is natural when your child is shy of you, it happens sometimes. when the child is in a big company where all the children are from normal families of course he would be bullied because he is from the gay family. and that is why he would have to make someone guilty for it and fo corse he would make your guilty for it. of course i do not know it for sure but still i think that it may be the reason for it. i know that for the parents it is really very offensive but i think that you shall talk a lot with your child and convince him that he shall not be shy of his own parents.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Jim » Thu Sep 29, 2016 3:33 pm

Of course children grow very fast :shock: :( :( ;) And if sometimes they become not such people as their parents wanted, I guess there is parents' fult too, as they have not managed to make worthy people out of their little cute children. Of course it is very unpleasant thing when your child reject from you, but you should not give up, but try to make your relations better.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Ken1 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 6:32 pm

Review how you taught your children to be honest about their feelings and what it means to be in denial of their true feelings.Review how you modified these teachings as your children grew through to adulthood.
Review your expressions of acceptance or rejection of your children's personal changes as they reached adulthood.Review how, when, and what caused you and your adult children's open honest communications to break down. If you can't identify these, did you ask your adult children to share their thoughts of what happened?

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Mikey
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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Mikey » Fri Oct 14, 2016 4:04 pm

Of course, we all know that all children grow fast :shock: :shock: :shock: And sometimes they grow up not into those people whom their parents wanted them to be :shock: :shock: It is very difficult time in parents' life, when they are rejected by their own children. I guess that there is also parents' guilt, as they have upbrought their children.

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Re: rejection as a parent from your adult children

Postby Brendon » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:05 pm

i do not know what it is like because i have never experienced i and i have never behaved in such a way. but i think that there is a mistake of the parent as well.i think that they shall be strict enough and they shall talk with their child about it and they shall show the child that it is not good to behave in this way and they do not let him or her do it. i think that it is really understandable and it just goes without saying. if for that you shall be strict then it is better to be strict but know that you child will behave in a good way. i wish you good luck and i really hope that you will not experience it.


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