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Contrasting Views on Parenting Not uncommon among families in this day in age are differences between parents and children on life choices What I mean by this is that parents want their kids to do the right thing and most of the time the kids have other plans I am going to show you a series of issues and the different opinions held by my parents and I Ill give you a personal situation first The issue is bringing a vehicle from Brandon MB to university in Saskatoon SK My stance is that vehicles are great things to have and should be used to eliminate inconvenience whenever possible Like the ability to just drive to a grocery store to purchase food instead of having to take the bus or a taxi or to be able to go back home on long weekends without having to hitch a ride or a ride the Greyhound I feel having a car when youre far away from home gives me a sense of freedom and reduces home-sickness My parents opinion is that having a vehicle with me would just act as a crutch instead of an asset With gas prices being so high and having something go wrong with the car would just be an unneeded expense This makes me a little angry because I have become reliant on my car for mobility and all of a sudden I have none We truly disagree on this subject The second situation is a global parent versus child battle The underage consumption of alcoholic beverages with friends has always been somewhat of a ritual for high school and college students Although some teenagers avoid the peer pressure and incessant advertising schemes many including myself succumb to the temptation I feel that exploring life including illegal substances is part of growing up One should not be afraid of drugs but understand them
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