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Five Sentence Fiction – Confusion

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Her parents had always decided everything for her from the time she was born. From the food she ate to the people she met to the college she went to, her family had a say in almost every decision of her life.

Though she did talk about her likes and dislikes, she believed that parents always decide the best for their children until she had to make the decisions on her career and marriage.

“Having always lived my life on my parents terms, do I really know what I want to do five or ten years from now?” This question was eating her up from the insides for many months.

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  1. It’s going to be a hard road for this young woman – but I think she will make it, eventually. I come from a culture where our future is not determined by our parents. It is hard for me to envision growing up in such a culture.

    • aseemrastogi2

      In India even today, there are a lot many parents who decide everything for their children and children obey their orders all in the hope that what parents say is best and always right. But this always isn’t the case :).

  2. It happens to so many , doesn’t it? perhaps that’s why parents should let children make their own decisions as they grow up but be there to advice

    • aseemrastogi2

      Completely agree Nabanita. Sadly, there are still parents out there who make their children dance on their whims and fantasies.

  3. i am not a big fan of reading books but this book made me to read its one of the best of chetan, thanx a lot for this book…

    • aseemrastogi2

      Yeah Rajesh with Half Girlfriend, CB does cater pretty well to the readers he intended to.

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