All youngsters talk about generation gap, difference in thinking between parents and children and complaining that parents don’t understand them. But then also at the end of the day we all want that our parents should trust us. Parents gives us freedom because they trust us and allows us to take own decisions but what if any of our act result in losing trust of our parents? We need to be very careful when it comes to win parent’s trust. If you are confused that how you should regain or win your parent’s trust then try out these tips:
How to Regain your lost trust with Parents:
- Always tell the truth
I know it’s not easy to tell the truth to your parents always about what you do but before the situations go worst, it is always better to tell the truth and accept your mistake. There is no harm in saying “sorry” to your parents. In fact it is better to accept mistake rather than making fake stories because your parents knows when you are telling lie and when you are accepting your mistake from heart.
- Don’t argue
Another mistake done by children is whenever parents gives advice or suggestions, children start arguing with them. It is always better to keep your ego aside and try to make your parents understand your points and also listen what your parents wants to convey . Your parents won’t trust you if you can’t think, discuss and then take decisions.
- Stop complaining always
Many teenagers think that their parents are very strict or don’t give them enough freedom. If you will always keep on complaining about all the things to your parents, they will think that you are not mature enough to handle things yourself and thus it will be hard for them to trust you.
- Help in family activities and problems
To gain trust from your parents, you need to prove yourself. Don’t be always freaking out with friends, try to spend time with your parents and help them in solving family problems. This will prove that you can handle family issues and mature enough to take your own decisions.
- Be consistent and polite
It’s not that you work for your family for few days and prove yourself to be mature enough to take decisions. You need to be consistent in what you do and sound polite and mature in what you say. Complete your work on time and don’t let it be pending, otherwise it will show your irresponsibility and your parents will find it tough to trust you.
It takes years to build trust but few seconds to break it. It’s totally up to you, what you want? If you are aware of more tips for gaining parent’s trust then do share with us.
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