Parenting

Reasons Why Children Seek Advice From External Source Instead Of Their Parents

Most children today prefer seeking for an advice from an outsider than meeting their parents.
Even 70% of youths meet external sources for an advice because their parents have no time for them.
These are some of the reasons why some children are misled due to wrong advice given.

Therefore, some of the major reasons why children seek advice from external sources are:

1. THEIR PARENTS ARE TOO BUSY:
The parents have no time for their children.
They leave home for work early morning at come back home when the children are asleep.

2. OVER RELIGIOUS PARENTS:
Some parents are too religious that they never listen to what their children say and insist on their own beliefs. They will give unnecessary rules that will make their children feel somehow.

3. PARENTS THAT OVER PROTECT:
There are some parents that like to over protect their children to the extent that the children look like a prisoner.

4. PARENTS TOO HARSH:
Some parents are too harsh to the extent that their children find it difficult to meet them.

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About Bodjetstar

I am Adediya Olabode "Bodjetstar" the Founder of Channel of Virtue, Nigeria's No. 1 Online Family and Parenting Magazine dedicated to raise and nurture Godly families. Also, I am the host of The Great Value Show dedicated to add values to lives. Join me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @Bodjetstar

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2 thoughts on “Reasons Why Children Seek Advice From External Source Instead Of Their Parents

  1. some parents have nothing to offer and are lazy and too intimidated to instill values, yeah?

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    Posted by Prodigal Daughter | November 4, 2013, 5:24 pm
    • @ Prodigal Daughter. Thanks for taking time to visit Channel Of Virtue. You’ve said it all. Moreover, some parents are the cause of their children’s problems today. When they see its consequences, they regret their actions and start to ask for forgiveness.

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      Posted by Bodjetstar | November 5, 2013, 12:02 pm

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