Many children worry that their parents are very stressed by work.
They can worry, probably not as much as adults though. They might worry about their grades or maybe even a sport or a game. They can worry, the answer is yes, they do sometimes worry.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
Parents always worry about their children, if you put them in a more dangerous situation, then this worry is more likely to increase rather than disappear.
Because they are your parents. It is their job to worry about you. They typically want to protect their children from harmful things, whatever they may be, because they care.
In the Analects of Confucius, you can find the quote:A disciple asked the Master, 'What is the filial piety?'The Master said 'Parents only worry about their children's health.'
Well they jus doing they job and look I got parents dont worry you will understand soon enough
Russian Roulette I guess. Don't worry about your kids playing a sport. They're tough, and if they aren't, well that's Darwinism.
interacting/teaching with/to children easing the pain and worry of parents saving lives of children
Rugby because it is a rough sport and players are more likely to get injured.Boxing is too because the aim is to harm the opponent.
Type your answer here... parents won't have to worry about their children getting hit on
trees, monkey bars, table/chairs, ladder
The extreme is to danger for the kids,so parents always worry about the children ,it's parents' duty to make their children be healthy,and in order to do this the parents always don't allow the kids to take part in extreme sports.As a child,you should understand your parents because of their love.