Top 10 Ways Kids Have It Worse Than Adults
Kids should be able to learn whatever they want, and now with the age of the internet there's no stopping them. Knowledge is power! you do want your kids to be smart, don't you? then stop giving them lousy excuses like "because I said so" and give an actual explanation.
This tears kids like me up, bad. I just want to control some parts of my life but unfortunately I cannot. We are forced until we leave the house to do what they say, which is reasonable. But somewhat often, their parents control every aspect of their life, sometimes down to stuff like clothes and music. Adults don't have to do that. Of course no one is really free, but with kids it's much worse.
Whatever, you will have a more tough life when you grow up.
You will miss simple times of just playing around and the only toughest thing was school.
I mean, adults don't have that much freedom either. Where's your freedom when you have to file your taxes, pay off your bills, and get a job?
One of the few sensible things in this list. Puberty can mess up a kid's hormones which can cause emotional instability, while adults have more control over their emotions due to having a more developed brain.
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Adults have to stress about paying bills and going to work full-time to not be paid much.
Most kids only ever have to go to school and do a few chores at home which take 10 minutes.
Yet kids are less emotionally stable?
Especially teenagers who have a lot of the feels going on that can really mess with you. And kids aren't often used to stressful situations so they take them a lot worse.
When you put yourself through emotional pain and turmoil enough times, you kinda get used to it, like me rn
It's probably because the parents want to make sure that they are doing bad stuff like watching porn, or another adult show like South Park or Family Guy or Robot Chicken.
You need that sometimes but instead your parents while you're watching MLP... stuff...
And It gets annoying and repetitive.
Teens have a lot of privacy because they just stay in their bedrooms the whole day.
I'm an adult with overprotective parents so I still get no privacy
I am convinced that my parents have lost trust in me whenever we attend a family party or eat out with them after my cousins started harassing me and I told them to stop several times in a row. They now automatically assume that I will do bad stuff during parties when I am actually well-behaved :(
Wether or not they deserve trust is up for debate but even some of the smartest, most good kids don't get any due respect or trust sometimes.
Usually they underestimate how smart you actually are and their just like oh you're just a kid you could never be that responsible!
Their brains haven't fully developed yet.
Can confirm. I was easily influenced back when I was a kid and constantly changed my music tastes based on what my friends were listening to. Thankfully I'm not that kind of person anymore.
As a kid people want you to fit in and be with the "cool kids," as an adult, usually a lot less people give a crab it seems. Peer pressure is a big stress on kids that can lead to some traumatic stuff in one way or another.
Personally, I think this is the only legitimate item on the list. There are reasons for it, obviously---children have less life experience and generally are less knowledgeable about the world than adults. However, a perspective untainted by years of running in the same groove can be valuable, and more people should pay attention when kids speak.
When I was in online school, no one understood me, because no one my age was there. Everyone in the school were just a bunch of names on a list
Some of these items are why.
It gets annoying how some kids need supervision to go in their own fenced off yard in the middle of the day. So many annoying situations can come out of this. Ughhh!
Kids are unpredictable, and terrible things do have a chance to come out of even the safest of situations.
You are getting something in return, it's just not material. You are being prepared for life. Your learning discipline, responsibility, and work ethics. These three things will go a long way in your adult life. As for not even being thanked, yeah it kinda sucks but get use to it. As adults, your boss will probably rarely give thanks to you for the work/job that you do. Anyways how often do you kids thank your parents for the things they do for you? My guess is probably not as much as you should.
In some cases they are asked to do chores but get nothing from it, the guardians don't even thank them ;w;
I find it a pile of trash that parents have to approve your relationship like, its love just because two drunk monkeys say "No" to your relationship doesn't mean that the love between a male and female dissolve. I also find it dumb that parents try arranged marriages.
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Not trying to be rude, but I think it's because the movies and games are aimed for adults. Also, they CAN buy it, but they need adult supervision. And most R-rated movies suck anyway.
No Call of Duty = no life for some people, so this can be a problem, or at least a pesky thing a lot of times.
Would you want your kid watching Family guy and talking about sex all the time? How about Robot Chicken? Archer? South Park? Rick and Morty?
There's that too. Sometimes I like stuff like that.
Who ever put this down has a nasty mind.
I watched Baby Blues when I was 8.
So? Adults work full-time, sometimes don't get paid much from it, live on their own, sometimes have kids to take care of and you're over here complaining about your height?
Kids have to deal with height requirements at rides, can't reach some stuff at home, and other pesky things caused by height.
Height is just a number. I'd much rather struggle with shortness, than have to battle the effects of obesity.
The average height for an adult is 5'10 and I'm 5'8, so I guess this doesn't apply to me. It also may not apply to those around my height or taller
Having experienced childhood and adulthood, I can assure you this isn't true. Sorry kids but your going to be dealing with ignorant people, pretty much on a daily basis, for your entire lives. Get use to it.
It's a bit more common for some less intelligent, or more annoying people to be around when you're a kid. You know what I mean probably.
Nope. Sorry but you're going to have ignorant people in your lives forever.
Actually the opposite way. You'll be forgiven even if you make what seems the most stupidest mistake as a kid. But when you're an adult, that's when real consequences occur, and that will be under your own responsibility.
I disagree, this teaches them how to manage their own money wisely. The more you grow up the more you realize you need to budget and spend in necessities.