Healthy Relationships With Parents

Brilliant Tips For Healthy Relationships With Parents

(Last Updated On: April 19, 2019)

Do you have healthy relationships with your parents?

In a family, there can be problems between parents and their children.  Sometimes, children find it difficult to have a healthy relationship with their parents and grandparents. This may be due to the generation gap problem. It is not their fault because the culture and living style do not match.

Healthy Relationships With Parents

Some children are more educated than their parents, but some children do not understand the sacrifice and hard work their parents have done to make them highly educated.

They could not enjoy their life as per their wish, could not have entertainment due to lack of money because they spent their earnings for a lifetime on the upbringing of their children.

This is a beautiful quote from Nikki Reed.

Nikki Reed Parent Quote - Healthy Relationships
Parent Quote Nikki Reed

Some parents become sad because they feel that their children do not listen to them or do not give proper value to their suggestions.

Parents do not understand the realities of the new technology world, culture and the status their children have to keep up according to their qualification and job.

Healthy Relationships With Parents
Parent Quote Sherry Turkle

If you do not have a good relationship with your parents but want to improve it, there are a number of steps that can be taken to make that happen.

18 Tips for healthy relationships with parents

Don’t miss to watch this video. This animated video is really good and explains many things which are happening in your daily life.

Some points are emotional and will help you make decisions to avoid such incidents in your life.

We never know the love of a parent till we become parents ourselves. Henry Ward Beeche

Here are a few tips:

  • Develop your own identity.
  • Smile at your parents, keep calm, listen to them and avoid unnecessary arguments.
  • If you are staying away from home, make a positive phone call to parents as often as possible
  • Always lead with the good news to make them happy.
  • Remember that your words filled with criticism or anger will hurt them although they may not express it openly. They may have many tensions and health problems due to their old age and your such words will affect their physical and mental health. Always make them happy, that is the best reward you can give to them.
  • Talk to your parents as friends, be open and honest, tell them your problems and let them know how they can help you.
  • Express your appreciation and thank them for everything they have done for you.


Probably you may not be able to change your parents much. But you can keep up a positive relationship with your parents. Be patient as you continue improving your relationship!

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2 thoughts on “Brilliant Tips For Healthy Relationships With Parents”

  1. The post is so simple yet so strong & ripe with its purpose to remind people to rekindle their relationship with their aging parents. I know that well as everytime I speak to my parents, a euphoria strikes me.

    True, indeed. In life, we never know which moment will be our last or some loved one’s. We must strive to not make place for any arguments or conflicts that fill the voids with only regrets once they’re gone or we leave the world.



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