In contemporary society, with the changes in people\’s concepts and the diversification of lifestyles, children are paying more and more attention to individual needs and emotional resonance when choosing a life partner. However, some parents\’ over-involvement, rigid expectations and narrow thinking may become obstacles for their children to find a partner. The following discusses three types of parents. Their behaviors may affect their children\’s views on marriage and spouse selection standards, and need to be reflected on. Manipulative parents often interfere too much in their children\’s marriage choices. They may get too involved in their children\’s emotional lives, and gradually evolve into \”marriage brokers\” rather than rational relatives. Such parents may set a series of overly specific mate selection criteria for their children based on their own values, social status and other factors, and may even actively participate in blind date arrangements. Such interference may cause children to feel unable to make their own choices, which ultimately makes them feel stressed when looking for a partner and find it difficult to find a partner that suits them. Reflection: Build a good family communication platform and respect children’s right to choose. CCTV recommends over 500 high-scoring excellent documentaries. Parents can give advice to their children who are addicted to self-discipline after watching \”The Pattern Explodes\”, but they should not interfere too much in their children\’s marriage choices. They should give enough space so that their children can make decisions with the ability and confidence. own decision. Perfectionist Parents Perfectionist parents usually have extremely high requirements for their children. They hope that their children\’s marriage partners will meet their so-called \”perfect\” standards in terms of appearance, family background, career, etc. Such expectations can put unbearable pressure on children, causing them to be demanding when looking for a partner because it is difficult to find someone who truly meets the standard of perfection. Reflection: Parents should view marriage rationally and understand that everyone has shortcomings and shortcomings. Excessive expectations may lead to children not being able to find a partner. Therefore, it is recommended that children’s criteria for selecting a spouse be flexible and encourage them to focus on the other person’s strengths rather than being too demanding. Conservative parents are often obsessed with traditional marriage concepts. They may be skeptical of modern marriage methods such as long-distance relationships and transnational marriages, and are more inclined to approve of traditional blind date marriages. This conservative view of marriage may leave children feeling unable to freely choose a suitable partner in modern society, as they may face disapproval from their parents for deviating from tradition. Reflection: With the continuous development of society, the concept of marriage is also changing. Parents should adapt to this change, understand that their children have different values and lifestyles, and provide support. Conservative parents should strike a balance between traditional and modern concepts and look at their children\’s marriage choices rationally. Parents\’ attitudes and concepts have a profound impact on their children when it comes to finding a partner. Manipulative, perfectionistic, and conservative parents can be a stumbling block for their children to find a partner. Therefore, parents need to remain open-minded about their children\’s views on marriage and spouse selection standards, view marriage rationally, respect their children\’s choices, and give them sufficient support and understanding. Only through the efforts of both parties can the relationship between parents and children become more harmonious, and the children can find a suitable partner more smoothly.