Second, a good son or daughter should communicate with his or her parents. The proper communication is very important because miscommunication leads to break someone's feeling or a relationship. Once children are grown up, some of them don't like to talk much with parents; they talk with their parents only when they want to accomplish their demands. A good son or daughter should often keep conversation with Mom and Dad, explaining to them their goals, situations, and plans. If parents disagree with a child's decision, a child should try to convey his or her idea and explain why it is important. For example, generally parents want their children to follow their career. So if a father is a doctor or a business person, he expects his child to be a doctor or a business person too ( or you can say: "....his child to have the same career". But sometimes their son's or daughter's interest is different = [However, sometimes his son or daughter has no interest with his or her father's career], and if it happens, then a child should explain to his or her parents nicely or (politely, properly, clearly...).
Third, a quality child should always respect his or her parents. I hear many cases that a son beats, lives seperatly, and ignore his older parents and so on.
=>Once they grown up they don't like any advoice or suggestion from parents. Parents advoice is foolish or backword for them. In my opinion a son or daughter must understand them and give respect in any circumstances.<=(rewrite again these 3 sentences, remember your thesis sentence "a quality child should respect his or her parents". Answer the question why should a child respect his or her parents? Some answers may be: because they are experience, deep understanding, great knowlege, wisdom, showing your respect = showing your thinking adult, education......things like that---do not repeat words over and over again)
=> Furthermore, parents has responsibility to teach them correct way and donot enforce their desire or dreams on them. A child growth is on parents hand.<=(This para can be deleted because you're talking about "a quality child" not about parent)