I think its better to have older parents because you don't fight and yell as much they're more calmer about stuff, and they aren't in yoour business as much.
Most people don't have a choice of how old their parents are. For everyone else the best age for parents is the time when they are best able to raise a family. There are advantages both ways. Young parents have more energy and will likely do more things with their kids. Older parents may be further along in their careers and have more resources. I'm an older parent; often when I'm out with my daughter people assume that I'm her grandfather. Luckily I'm not particularly vain so I just laugh it off. Personally I had no interest in having kids in my 20's, was ambivalent in my 30's, and didn't really want kids until my 40's. I think I wasn't ready for parenting when I was younger and am a better parent now.
I think that if you have parents at all, (meaning many people don't, or have no relationship with them) You should be thankful for what you have and try and build the best relationship possible. If they are in your business, it means "at least" they care. Just work through it. You won't be a teen forever.
I don't think the age matters that much, really. I had really young parents, and they've taught me everything I need to know in life well. I'm sure there are people with older parents who have done the same thing.
Well older parents because their more wiser and have more life experiences and they could tell u things that they went through
I don’t think age really matters. I think it depends on what your parent is like it differs from person to person.
I love having older parents, they're more relaxed and less uptight than all my friends' young parents.
In general, older parents because they usually have more life experience and can guide you better.
If there is really Love in the Family....age matters not in general