Having Parents Is Very Important
BY TINA Nov.11.2011
If you are having a terrible day feeling like your friend has betrayed you or you went to detention etc. Who is the first person you see when you get home? Your parents of course because they care for you, they tell you the right things to do, and they give you lots of support. Parents are the most important people in your life.
First, parents are important because they care for you when you need it. According to my survey about 2 out of 5 people say that they can’t live without their parents. It is common for people to say that children learn most things from their parents in their lives. For example, I learn cooking from my mom and fixing,and Chinese from my dad. For a child, care from their parents is one of the most important things. Parents can do anything that is possible for their child at anytime for example, if you are sick maybe because you are allergic to something around your neighborhood etc. your parents can move your house admittedly. Parents can do anything to make their child happy, feel safe, and loved.
Secondly, parents are important because they tell you the right thing to do. According to my survey two out of five people say that 40-60 percent of children living without parents will commit crimes easily. That means they didn’t have good care from their parents, they have not been told to do the right things, they just do whatever they like without knowing that they have broke the laws. For example, when you have fights with friends and your parent will say something like “apologize to him/her” or “why don’t you talk with him/her” etc. They help you choose the right thing and that’s why they’re important.
Finally, parents are also important because they give you lots of support. they help teachers to support you like telling the teachers what you do, like, don’t like, etc. In the early years parents help their kids find their personal interests for example, to find what you like to do by encouraging you to do all kinds of different things like art, nature, music, and sport. Parents always encourage their kids in what they do.
As you can see parents are the most important things in your life. They care for you whenever you need it, your parents shout and hit you because they love you.They will always tell you the right things when your in a situation of any kind, they help you decide what you don’t know because they had lots of experiences. And finally, they support you for who you are inside at any time. So now you know why parents are so important.
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