fbpx

Growing up, parents were like superheroes, always being the adult that you turn to, no matter what the problem is.

We may have hated how they refused to let us eat Maggi for dinner or take away our handphones, but deep down we all understood that it was for our own good. (Or so they would say, anyway.)

via GIPHY

Which is why it’s difficult to learn as we grow up that at the end of the day, they are only human, just like us. They’re not super-adults, they’re not invincible, and they’re not perfect.

Twitter user @leenbakar found that parenting her parents was peak adulting behaviour and Twitterjaya shared her sentiments.

via GIPHY

Many parents are stubborn and can sometimes respond badly to being parented by their own children. For most, they always see their children as kids, even if they are now full-grown adults of their own.

via GIPHY

In fact, adult children can feel very torn between the conflict of parenting their parents and just letting them be… (Kind of how they used to parent us, right?)

It’s never easy to go from revering your parents to having to parent them, but that’s just a fact of life.

PS: and parents, please listen to your kids once in a while. It’s for your own good.

via GIPHY

Tag your parents on our Facebook page or Twitter!

Related Posts

Related Posts

Related Posts

Next Post