How-To-Really-Know-Someone Questions Tag | 02

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6. Should parents be their child’s friends?

Yes. I believe that a good relationship between the parent and the child is important. Being "friends" with your parents not only makes it really awesome, but it is very essential for the growth of oneself, and that applies to your parents as well. It's like having a best friend, only, they'll be smarter and more reliable, because they've experienced more in life and they actually know what they'll be saying if they do give advices and stuff. If only my parents were still alive, I'd make up for all those times I shunned them away because you know, #teenhood #rebelmode. I really think that a good friendship with our parents is a lovely thing. If you still have your parents, you're blessed. 

7. What do you think of doctor-assisted suicide?

I think that suicide is suicide, and I believe that we don't have the right to take our own lives. That's God's task and if He says you still got time, you still got time. The fact that doctor-assisted suicides happen sickens me. but this is my choice, I'm already dying anyway so just let me go! some people may say. We should tell those people this: "Hey, you're still here. Might as well make your last days count. Death is yet another great adventure, but first, enjoy this adventure with us."

8. Have you ever blown your top (lose temper)? Why?

Yes, so many times because I'm impatient! Haha. Most of the time, this happens when I cut or hurt myself because of work. 

9. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?

I'd probably be 22 years old. Some restaurants still ask for my ID when I order an alcoholic beverage though. I DON'T LOOK 17! I'm 24 turning 25 on May!!

10. You’re having lunch with three people you respect and admire. They all start criticizing a close friend of yours, not knowing she is your friend. The criticism is distasteful and unjustified. What do you do?

This is gossip and of course, I'd probably ask who they were talking about. I'm sure they wouldn't lie to me, right? So I guess, upon knowing that they were criticizing my close friend and I strongly believe that what they were saying about her were unjustified, then of course, I'd defend my friend in the best way I can. Also, if I do end up not knowing they were talking about my friend, I wouldn't agree to anything I don't know about. I'd just keep quiet I guess. Haha.


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