If your son tries to do something that you feel dangerous, would you tell him not to do it?
Last month my older son who is 19 years old sent a message to me through LINE, asking me if he could get a license to drive a motorcycle. I was surprised to know he's interested in motorcycles. Actually, I didn't want him to do it, but at the same time, I didn't want to stop what he wants to do. To tell the truth, my husband has a motorcycle license and had his own bikes when he was young. So contrary to my anxiety, my husband looks happy about my son's interest in motorcycles...
For this reason, I decided to support his decision to buy and drive a motorcycle. He turned 20 this month and is just about to take the final test at the driving school. Still, I don't know if I did the right thing for him. Maybe I should have persuaded him to let it go... But at least I will always hope he is safe when he's on the road.
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