Please notice this isn't The Sims-related blog post, i just want to write something that really disturbs my mind at once. I'm sorry if it bothers you, guys.
I have to admit that maybe my parents aren't really proud of me, because i'm kind of rebellious child. This isn't much about the mood swing like every teen should have in The Sims 3 Generations, but it's more to the problem of understanding each others.
I have problems and they do have problems. I'm a teen and they are supposed to be adult. And adults are supposed to understand more because they're more mature both in acting and thinking. I don't get it when they ask me to understand them.. that i haven't got the idea of being a parent. I know i should be a sympathetic person, but it seems unfair for me when they don't care deeply of what i really want and feel.
I thank them for being such great parents for me. They've grown me up well, and now i'm a decent and well-adjusted kid. I love them no matter what, but they sometimes get on my nerve and i really hate that. They said they will always know what is the best, but i don't think it works for all aspects. This is new world, new era, and there are many things we haven't known about. Maybe they're the specialist for many things i don't know, but i also have wishes, needs, and wants. It means, they can't authorize or be powerful at all things, especially when I AM A TEEN !! I believe they felt this life stage too.. but how come they couldn't understand my problems?
Yes.. what i really expect now, that this annoying teen life stage will end soon, so i won't get into so many problems and confrontations with my parents. Something they should know, i love them.. more than they ever think i do. d.07 03:29, June 22, 2011 (UTC)
- Thank you very much people, for encouraging me with everything. I feel really grateful having all of you here, supporting me. Now, i have got my prospects back, and i'm feeling more confident to achieve it. I'm sorry for this wasteful blog post and any incoveniences may caused. Regards, d.07 17:54, June 23, 2011 (UTC)