Some young adults want independence from their parents as soon as possible. Other young adults prefer to live with their families for a longer time. Which of these situations do you think is better? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion. Be sure to use your own words. Do not use memorized examples.
Time is fleeting, and every human must make good use of the short time he or she has. During this short span, one must not only dream about exploring places, cultures and gaining enough wealth and fame, but also spend some part of it to give back the due love that strengthened us during our course of life, and no one ever first loved a human other than their parents. I strongly prefer youngsters to live with their families as long as they can, and give back the love and support that they received during their childhood instead of seeking independence from parents for two reasons. Firstly, being independent accompanies certain risks and inconsistencies. Being independent will be tough, especially for a youngster who barely knows about the outside world. For instance, let us suppose a youngster who has left his home to lead his life on his own. He has only increased his onerous responsibilities. He has to take care of everything that happens around his new home. He has to cook for himself, clean his surroundings regularly and also gets emotionally hit by a state of loneliness. The increased number of responsibilities can also hamper his work productivity, and can affect his efficiency in his workplace or in the education institution he goes to. Although one might say that youngsters seeking independence is preferable, because it mends him to become highly responsible and wary, but being independent can come with risks, as the independent person can tend to perform certain risky decisions because there is no one near that person to correct him or her. Therefore, although every human will reach a point in time where they can’t see their parents anymore, he or she should spend time with them as much as possible, and give back the love and support that shaped you. Support them physically with your presence, so that they may feel the love that you received when you were a child, whereas going independently can cause both risks to you and makes your parents uncomfortable.
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