Attitudes change and importance of parents grows after the age of 22, according to a new study.
Experts say that the 22nd birthday marks the end of bickering and bust-ups, which begin during teenage years.
People start appreciating their parents once they turn 22, according to a survey by market research firm onepoll.com
In the poll, a quarter of children admitted that they missed their parents care after they moved away from home.
"This is a point of reflection for most people," the Daily Star quoted a spokesman for onepoll.com, as saying. "And when they start having to make their own decisions about finances, food, relationships and health, this is when they realise the extent of their mum and dad’s input," he added.