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As parents, it is sometimes very difficult to understand our child who are experiencing a different kind of adolescence than us. They live through puberty where western pop culture and kpop culture are their main influence. The ever famous generational gap exists to pull us apart from your child.
“My kids never listen to what I say!”
“I don’t understand why are they behaving like that!”
“I don’t know how to deal with their issues”
“I am doing this for their own good, but why do they rebel?”
“Am I a bad parent for not knowing how to deal with their problems?”
“My parents don’t understand me! It is so frustrating!”
“Why are they always so naggy, its annoying?”
“They don’t trust me with anything!”
“I wish my parents will just leave me alone”
“Will I ever be good enough for my parents?”
Is your child feeling lost and confused about their future?
Are they always unmotivated to begin their day?
Do they not understand the importance of money?
If these are some of the traits your child exhibits, then it is just the typical Gen-Z traits. Having everything served to them on a silver platter. The children of today are too unconcerned and thoughtless about their own future because they are too comfortable. They are unaware of the real value of money and often their goals are quickly forgotten.
It is an inescapable truth that technology is fully integrated into our children’s lives. It is now, not only just an indulgence, but a sort of necessity. However, technology is a double-edged sword; where if used unwisely, it can be harmful.
This is where we see our children’s addiction to electronic devices begin. A single Facebook or Instagram post grants them an almost instantaneous gratification. Or the infinite TikTok videos, which preys on young mind’s short attention spans. Even the computer games which ground our children to stay at home but expose them to a bigger risk of meeting anonymous players worldwide.
It is neither yours nor your children’s fault that the syllabus today is fixed in a way that eludes and confuses students. To add salt to a wound, your children are not taught the right way to study and have no idea how to make effective notes. Moreover, each subject requires many textbooks, with lengthy explanations, that may further confuse your children who do not know how to pinpoint the keywords.
It ALL boils down to the strategies your children can use to overcome these problems…