So many of us have experienced a shift in our lives before. We've discovered meditation or an alternative healing modality that works the wonders conventional therapy never could—we feel like completely different people than we were in high school or college—who our parents remember us being.
Maybe we've learned the creed we (our thoughts and beliefs) create our reality, generating awareness of responsibility for our lives. We no longer want to play the victim to our circumstances or passed down parental programming. Maybe we just got sick of listening to the same old sad story playing on repeat in our minds and decided to write a new one. (All of which have happened in my life.) Yet, in my experience, even pushing 30, my parents still treat me like that angsty teenager they once endured.