Another study mirrors the attitude of the young today, with regards to opening up to their folks and the other side – parents’ opinion of their relationship with their youngsters.
Around 49 per cent of the adolescent is not open to imparting their sentiments to their folks. In comparison, 68 per cent of them battle the most with discussing relationship issues, uncovers another review.
Critically, 53 per cent of them likewise feel that remaining quiet about things manufactures pressure and tension, said the review directed by Shaadi.com.
The study mirrors the attitude of the adolescent today, with regards to opening up to their folks and the other side – parents’ opinion of their relationship with their kids.
It further uncovered that age hole was prompting a correspondence hole, with it being among the main two reasons that they can’t have these discussions with their folks. Around 70% of the adolescent expressed that they might want to discuss their sentiments with their folks and have a more open relationship.
Then again, when gotten some information about their relationship, 92 per cent guardians said their youngsters are allowed to have discussions with them. And keeping in mind that the adolescent felt there was an age hole, 72 per cent guardians didn’t think that the age hole made it hard to speak with their children, included the review.
The information uncovered that 42 per cent of the guardians hadn’t been seeing someone and consequently may think that its difficult to relate to their kids.
Remarking on this, Adhish Zaveri, Director – Marketing, Shaadi.com stated: “In India, the family is as yet the most significant wellspring of care and backing for singles. Shockingly, as we’ve found in the investigation, the age hole among guardians and youngsters regularly converts into a correspondence hole. Having the option to discuss relationship matters uninhibitedly can help ease tension and offer solace. With our Shaadi Cares activity, we’re encouraging guardians to open-up to their youngsters, so they can as well.”