Do you approve your son's "let go" Sundays?The present generation is a very pronounced modern, yet, happy, and relatively free generation, who want to live life on their own terms.
This does not go well with fathers or mothers, now in their sixties. They do not like their daughter-in-laws waking up at 9AM and their own son's waking up at 10AM. They do not like their "night outs" at bars, on Saturdays, far beyond 1PM either.
The son merely orders breakfast from Swiggy or some biggy. Lunch comes much later at 1PM or so. Money is never an issue. I saw, a few weeks ago, a father not liking this behavior at all. He was strictly told by the son to get his mother do the cooking, but not for him or his wife.
The elders grumbled, and did ventilate a bit of their anger. However, they do realize that times have changed. Indeed change so much.
How about you? Do you approve these "let go" Sundays? How about even a thought of some counseling? Will it work at all? Or is it best to just shut up and go our own way?