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Biggest reason, i push kids to do what they want versus what their parents want when you're, 60 and they're 80, and you lived your life based on what they wanted, and now you resent them. It gets real ugly, real fast. I would rather, you have the pain for the next five or six years of fighting and then have one of two things happen, which i think both are amazing number one. You were right, you were right and you are an amazing fashion, designer not an engineer, and you built a real company and your parents are gon na, be very, very proud or you were wrong.

You suck at fashion design, nobody liked it, but at least for yourself you never have to live the rest of your life asking yourself. What, if you win both ways, regret is scary. Resentment is very scary.

10 thoughts on “You Can’t Live Your Life Based on What Your Parents Want #Shorts”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars AshenNyx says:

    Frankly this past while I've listened to my parents on everything, so when I turned 18 the first thing I did was save money and move out with who was possibly the best person I've ever dated, later on they told me that going solo single would be better for me….annnnnnnd I listened to them, despite everything that's happened and threw away what I saw as my happily ever after….. so from then on I listen to myself and what I want, and I won't let the opinions and thoughts of someone else rule me unless I wish for it

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars jdoexrayvision says:

    Kids are dumb. Be a doctor or an engineer like your parents said for ten or fifteen years. If you don't like it, you'll be able to afford a life change at that point. Better to fall back on a medical degree than have to upgrade to stenography at 40.

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andrew McGurk says:

    My future is the most unrealistic plan, but I'm sticking to it, and I've already started at 16. My parents have supported me with the fact that I'm doing my dreams, with or without success, and I'm so grateful they want me to do it. I was planing to do something else, something I more than likely wasn't going to enjoy, and my dad just said to me that he didn't think that's what I loved, and I knew he was right.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Slayer 211756 says:

    My parents have never suggested a career because of the salary or anything. They’ve always encouraged me to do what I love and believe in and it just goes to show how blind I am to some parents who don’t support that and I feel bad for people going through that. It’s truly a luxury to have parent that just want to see you happy doing what you love instead of doing what they see as the right career.

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Fuse Jokester says:

    This hit true. When I was younger I wanted to be a youtuber or professional video gamer. I was told by both parents you can't make money off games. Fast forward a few years and there's people making millions on games. I don't envy those ppl or resent my parents for it. I can still chase that dream if I want to. I'm still young and still good at games

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Francisco Lima says:

    It doesn't matter if you are wrong and Parent clearly knew better… He just want you to know that you fucked up an it's amazing because at the end of the day it's your childish stupidity that you followed instead of your parent.👍

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Keven Valdez says:

    When Gary has kids, it’s going to hit him different! I promise you he’s going to give a speech about how he didn’t know what it was like into he started doing it and I’m sure he’ll do it well but that’s basically his pattern which makes sense I hope he does do well

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Cass Theunissen says:

    I have a question for you. I am a 16 now and in less then a year I have to choose what i want to to after middle school, but I really have no idea what i want. Most people say do what you like, but i really dont know what i like as work. Can you help me?

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Harrison Hoffman says:

    I just realized something, I want to own a bike shop, I want it to be the kind of place where it'safe by and for people who love bikes, I want it to be the place where instead of wanting money I want people riding bikes, that's what's gonna put me ahead.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars T.O. Lupe says:

    At 23 years old I was supposed to get married to the woman of my dreams, but I let my controlling father talk me out of it and regret it every single day of my single life! I'm now 40 years old never left my childhood home, stay with my mother and her new husband. Don't know how to stand up for myself to anyone! 😭😭😭😭 maybe I'll have a better life next time.

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