Parenting Conflict

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Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 42 years. married

Interference by egotistical parents in marriage, children's matters, and husband

My parents interfere in my marriage and my children's matters. They always want to know everything and control everything. They are egotistical and keep coming over to my house and get support from my egotistical husband.

Hi Writer, thank you for writing in. It takes great courage to reach out for help. It seems that you are facing difficulty in your married life due to interference from your parents. Its almost as if they want you to run your family and raise your children according to their views and do not leave any aspect of your married life un-monitored. They also visit your house more often than needed and have the support of their married son. I understand that it must be a difficult position for you to be in. You wish for them to give you your space and believe in you to be able to run your own...
Parenting Conflict Asked by male, 25 years. single

How to convince parents to approve of marriage with girlfriend?

I want to marry my girlfriend but my parents are refusing to approve the marriage.

Hi Writer, thank you for writing in. It takes great courage to reach out for help. Just to understand this better, would you be comfortable with me replying in English? You can continue to respond in Hindi if you feel comfortable. It seems that you are facing difficulty in convincing your parents regarding the girl you wish to marry. I understand that it must be a difficult position for you to be in. Firstly, I would appreciate the courage in you for being able to manage so far. I can imagine that this must not have been easy for you. What have you done so far to convince your...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 22 years. single

My parent beliving in rumors and not accepting our love marriage.

I am dating a guy and we are very much serious about it and we want to get married. But my parents are not accepting it as they got to here so many things from outside. I really can't be with any other guy. I want your help.

Hi Writer, thank you for writing in. It takes great courage to reach out for help. It seems to me that you are facing difficulty with convincing your parents about your relationship with your boyfriend. They are not willing to accept your relationship with him and you are not willing to end your relationship with him either. You are tired of both the families not getting along and wish they would stop being rude. Firstly, I would appreciate the courage in you for being able to manage so far. I can understand that this must be a difficult time for you. Could you tell me more about...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 25 years. single

My parents opposing Hindu Muslim marriage, asking my guy for Islam conversion!

I am a Muslim girl dating a Hindu boy. We have missed major relationship milestones because of my strict upbringing. In-spite of our hurdles, he asked me to marry him, I agreed happily. But, not without letting him know that it's not going to be easy because of my family. It's been a year since...

Hello, Thanks for reaching out to the askmile team with your concerns and struggles on your relationship with this man who is from Hindu background. It is a tough thing that things are not moving in the direction you expected. Both of you dated, he proposed, and you agreed, in spite of knowing that your family is not going to consent your marriage with a Hindu man. There was also the discussion about he converting to Islam to marry you. Since then, you feel he is moving away from you. Communication from his end drastically reduced. Whenever you call him there is no eagerness and...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 18 years. single

Parents pressuring me to study management and get married by 24

My parents are pressuring me to study business administration and management and get married by the age of twenty-four. I want to be a travel writer and choose my partner later.

hi, I can understand what you are going through. I can see you as a very bold and brave girl. with this boldness why can't you talk to your parents?? you need to make this point clear to your parents what your desires and dreams are and make them understand.. you are just 18 and it is the correct time to stand for your point. If you go on doing what they like you will end up living life what they desire and you can't complain about it later.. So take a stand now
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 18 years. single

Do not want to live with parents, need support

Hi, i am a girl, 18. My times are actually too hard rn. Not rn, they are always. I want to move out of my parents house and I've thought about it a million times. I just need a support system. What am I supposed to do? Help me?

Hi there! Being 18 is definitely a struggle. A struggle between freedom and responsibility, a struggle between independency and dependency, a struggle between who you are now and what you aspire to become. You might be having thousands of thoughts that have been coming through your mind and have no clue what to do. But you know what its absolutely ok to feel that way. Fortunately or unfortunately, we as young adults depend on our parents especially when it comes to a financial support system. Moving away might give you the freedom and independency, but are you ready to support...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 19 years. single

Parents not talking to me after I failed singing audition

I recently went for a singing audition. My parents were there as well. My mother was forcing me to sing with a minus track, but i was sure I would not be comfortable. However, the live band messed up, so did my song. After the results, on my way back home, both of them started shouting at me like...

Hi,I just went through what you wrote, and want to tell you that you are really courageous that you decided to open up about it and did not bottle up on what you felt about it, which is really constructive.This is just like the way how parents force children to take studies seriously and when the children try their level best to fulfill those wishes put forth by parents for their happiness but in the process what children don't realize is that they are compelled to listen to what ever comes in their life like this and that they have make them happy. These tough time can be overcome, what I...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 17 years. single

Parents disappointed after failure in exams

I failed in my subjects and my parents came to know about it,now they totally lost hope on me and they are hating me

Greetings for the day! I just spent some time reading, what you have written, and I must say that you have a lot of courage to come to portal like this, and share what you are feeling. At first let me tell you have a lot of strength to share how you are feeling about your emotions regarding your parents reaction on you. I mean, parents naturally become upset because they always have seen their kid as best and it is really important for their children to succeed. Even if they are fine with their children to perform average, but the society doesnt let them be at par with that, they always...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 36 years. married

Unable to decide whether to have a second child

Hi...I m a married woman aged 36 though I don't look like.....I have one daughter aged 4yrs...now my husband want second child...or shall I put ..he want a son now... though he says he is ok with 2nd daughter....2 yrs back I was prepared for d 2nd...but I dunno y I m not ready now...I m really...

Hi, I can understand the confusion that you are going through, from your description, all the reasons that you have listed down for having second child are for others, may it be for sake of your husband and his family or be it for your daughter. It would be good to ask yourself this question about what do you want without considering others? To help you i can walk you through pros and cons of this situation second child does mean investment of lot of time, you will be busier then you are currently however organising time would be crucial key to handling this which is possible if you...
Parenting Conflict Asked by female, 22 years. single

Unhappy due to parent's over-protectiveness

I dont feel good.. i m unhappy in life.. i m abused made fun of everything... i m useless .. because of my parent overprotective nature.. i m in depression now..

Hi, It seems like you are going through a really difficult time. From what you've told me, the people around you are making you feel bad by making fun of you. Naturally, this makes you extremely unhappy. You have also mentioned that you have over protective parents. This might be causing you pain as well. I'm guessing the common issue here with regards to all of your problems is the lack of control you feel over your own life. Other people around you seem to be taking over your life and dictating their terms. When this happens, there might be times when you feel useless and depressed. The...