Do you still give your parents allowance after becoming jobless?

Updated on June 5, 2017 in Family / parents
8 on May 26, 2017
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I have always given my parents allowance during the time when I was jobless. Someone called me a fake for doing so and told me I should stop putting on the show at that time. I thought it’s part of human decency and basic filial piety.

What’re the opinions of you guys?

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0 on May 26, 2017
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I did but I don’t think everyone should do it when one is jobless. I have passive income so it’s ok for me. For those struggling to make ends meet, think better to discuss it with their parents on how best to go forward.

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0 on May 26, 2017
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Always give whenever you can, even if you are not working. Not the same amount but the amount you can afford. Do not be stingy when coming to your parents for they have to take care of you since young. They provide the foundation for where you are now.
4.The whole family no income?
Then is time to dig into national reserves.

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0 on May 26, 2017
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They allow me to take a holiday giving them allowances, very understanding.

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0 on May 26, 2017
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When parents are jobless, do they still give pocket money to their children? buy dinner for them?
This is a no-brainer, right?

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0 on May 26, 2017
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Do what you can afford. You can reduce the amount or stop giving if you have difficulty. Your parents are not Ah Long. They will even tip you money if you are really in difficulty.

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0 on May 26, 2017
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If you have difficulty reduce the amount but don’t stop.

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0 on June 3, 2017
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Yes- I absolutely continue to pay my parents an allowance even if I’m not working. It’s my responsibility if I am living with them. They don’t require as high of an allowance if I’m unemployed- but I still give what I can. And I focus on getting another job as soon as possible so I can continue to pay an appropriate amount.

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0 on June 5, 2017
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I moved out of my parent’s house when I was 18 and never looked back. If I ever fell on hard times and needed to move back with them, I’d at least pay what I could and make up the rest through work. If I couldn’t afford to give them a lot of money I’d mow the lawn, do household chores, and do things to alleviate the burden of me staying with them. I just think that’s the respectful thing to do.

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