Why do my parents not respect or support my future choices?

I told my parents that I'm thinking about become a Motorcycle mechanic when I'm older, but at the same time join the Bandidos motorcycle gang or the Red Devils. Whenever I talk about it they always get REALLY mad and don't talk to me for a few days, I mean, aren't parents supposed to respect and support EVERY choice their child makes?

Asked By: - 7/27/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
No they're not supposed to respect and support every choice. I mean, what if you chose to use drugs? Kill someone? Are they supposed to respect and support that? C'mon, use your head. Their job is to support you in those paths that will improve your chances of future success, and being a motorcycle mechanic for a... More
Answered By: Courage - 7/27/2011
Additional Answers (8)
I can see why your parents don't like your choice of joining a m/c gang. You sound immature and in need of attention.
Answered By: Dapper Dan - 7/27/2011
I think becoming a mechanic is a pretty good career choice, although I would expand my horizons and include auto mechanics. You can make decent money in the field and it isn't going away anytime soon. As for joining any sort of game or club, research it first. Many clubs/gangs aren't as glamorous as they look like from... More
Answered By: darthbouncy - 7/27/2011
No...not choices that will most likely end in either prison time or an early death. Parents are supposed to respect and support every INTELLIGENT choice their child makes...
Answered By: SJesusReality - 7/27/2011
make your dream come true when you are young so explain softly to your parents and be optimist
Answered By: shahrukhanysweetu - 7/27/2011
joining a gang is a dumb choice.. especially since some of the gangs i know of, you have to kill someone to get in.. being a mechanic would be a good choice though
Answered By: Samantha - 7/27/2011
your parents want you to make good choices for yourself. they want you to be the best that you can, and to hear that you want to be in a motercycle gang most likely give them anxieties. Chances are its just a stage and youll probably grow out of it and change your goals, but just the thought of you doing something that... More
Answered By: Eighties_chick_70 - 7/27/2011
No, parents aren't supposed to support all of their children's decisions and choices.
Answered By: Glorious Chilidog - 7/27/2011
They're your PARENTS.. not your b**ch a.s.s. high school friends.
Answered By: 101 - 7/28/2011
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