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Overprotective Parents don’t like to see their child unhappy. They want to protect them from hurt, pain, failure, stress and rejection. Parents want to give their teen every comfort they deserve. Undoubtedly, all these points sound good. But have you ever realized what your child is missing because of this attitude, he is not familiar with real truth of life. Life is a balance example of good and bad experience. If you don’t teach them negative part then they would not be able to bear any stress or failure in their future. This is also a big barrier in their success path.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 6:23:31 PM(UTC)

It is great that you want to study further.

If you feel you are not getting enough exposure to your home town, you must step ahead but, do take your parents approval in your further step.

First you need to decide following:

For which course you want to move
At which place you want to move
How is the city and its culture

Gather all the above information and clear your future plans.

Then talk to your parents very politely that you want their permission to move at other place for further studies.

Explain them the future opportunities you can have and how you can shape up your career.

Do not argue if your parents have different opinion about it.

Listen to your parents, try to understand from their point of view and then explain your point of view to them, do not raise your voice and be-careful about your tone.

If the course you have choose is good for your future, parents will surely understand.

You can ask you parents to help you become independent: you can find information on how parents can Help child to become independent from:


niketa Posted: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 4:29:15 PM(UTC)
I need to convince my parents to let me go out of my home town for further studies as I dun have any colleges here for that.