21 Years Old Boy

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Yêu một người con trai 21 tuổi. Đó là lúc bạn phải biết rằng:

- Gia đình
Là thứ duy nhất mà anh ấy hiện tại sở hữu lâu dài nhất và chắn chắn nhất. Đừng cố chiếm chỗ gia đình mà ngoi lên vị trí số 1 trong tim anh ấy, vì điều đó sẽ chẳng bao giờ xảy ra được. Còn nếu có, đó là một người đàn ông không đáng tin cậy, vì nếu có một ngày bạn trở thành gia đình của anh ấy, rồi sẽ có một người khác dễ dàng chiếm mất cái vị trí số 1 mà bạn đang có lúc ấy. Đừng bắt anh ấy lựa chọn giữa bạn hay gia đình, vì một người đàn ông khôn ngoan, sẽ luôn lựa chọn ai mà anh ấy quen lâu hơn.
Nếu bạn yêu anh ấy, hãy yêu lấy cả gia đình anh ấy - vì chính gia đình anh ấy đã nuôi lớn cái tâm hồn và nhân cách mà bạn đang yêu; sẽ có thật nhiều niềm vui, cũng sẽ có cả nỗi buồn, áp lực và những mệt mỏi mang tên gia đình, nhưng đừng bao giờ quên nhắc nhở anh ấy may mắn thế nào, rằng gia đình là điều tuyệt vời nhất mà anh ấy đang có.

- Bạn bè
Hãy tôn trọng sự lựa chọn về bạn bè của anh ấy. Nhưng hãy tự có những đánh giá về những người bạn xấu và những người bạn tốt. Hãy lắng nghe, bạn có quyền được nhận xét, góp ý nhưng đừng chỉ dạy, sai bảo hay cấm đoán. Hãy chỉ đảm bảo rằng anh ấy luôn có những người bạn có thể ở bên anh ấy, cùng anh ấy chia sẻ niềm vui nỗi buồn, để cuộc sống trở nên bớt lạnh lẽo và khô khan, chứ không phải để kéo anh ấy tụt lùi đi xuống. Bản thân bạn cũng có thể trở thành một người bạn đáng tin cậy của anh ấy.

- Học hành và sự nghiệp
Tuổi 21 là tuổi của những ước mơ và đam mê. Hãy ủng hộ anh ấy theo đuổi những điều mà anh ấy thích, nhưng cùng anh ấy biến chúng trở nên thực tế, đừng bợ đỡ những sự viển vông.
Anh ấy sẽ bắt đầu cảm thấy chán nản với việc đèn sách trường lớp, những ý định lập nghiệp sẽ trỗi dậy trong anh ấy. Đừng kì vọng hay yêu cầu quá nhiều từ anh ấy, vì tuổi 21 là tuổi để vấp ngã, để anh ấy trải nghiệm những bài học đầu tiên. Hãy để anh ấy học được…...

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