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^ I hope so : > those words are so pleasing to hear that I doubt if it suits me, hehe. jk
thank you po. totoo lang, I think this is one of the sincere discussions that I had-with a lovely mom pa!
ooohhh WOW..... thanks PEX's for the charm hehehehhe You just made my day hahahaha my simple happiness
With each passing day ,my Life is getting shorter but hope is still there
somehow how senseless is my presence is on this board , i find a way to vent how i feel..........
Wala ng mas lulungkot pa sa OFW na nanay umalis para mabigyan ng magandang buhay ang mga anak tapos pagbalik niya hindi na siya kilala ng mga ito, wala na siyang authority sa bahay kasi hindi naman nila nakasanayang may nanay.
Mothers are expected to understand their kids, it seems like it's given that Mom's are supposed to be nurturing and always has grasp on situations. If something doesn't go well..... "oh well it's Mom's fault"
It's devastating to feel unappreciated by their own kids.
Up to my last breath i will always have HOPE, coz i have FAITH in what i have planted.
Thank you for your reassuring words. U are great God Bless you Always.
Being vulnerable doesn't have to be threatening. The courage to be sincere, open and honest. This opens the door to deeper communication all around. It creates self-empowerment and the kind of connections with others especially to those we love. Speaking from the heart frees us from the fear that burden us. Truth helps one get clarity on our real life directives.
I miss my mom, a very strong woman. Though I know she hides her sadness well. I miss her, I miss her, I miss her. Huhuhu.
Don't be sad Aling Menggay, come here and let me hug you and pat you on the back. "You will be fine".
Last edited by tonton; May 13, 2012 at 08:07 AM.
Sometimes i suppose they have to find their own identity and to learn more bout themselves that they forget people that they hurt along the way .....
Daughters are like flowers that needs some trimming with kindness , continued nurturing with respect , and a guidance from a distance with lots of prayers.
A daughter is the happy memories of the past, the joyful moments of the present, and the hope and promise of the future. With this in my mind i keep my loneliness at bay.
Just missing my kids
Your posts about your difficulties with your daughter sound very similar to what my mother went through with my younger sister. We are four siblings and she was the youngest. She was the one who really gave my parents the most problems even at a young age with simple things like hanging out with the wrong crowd to serious ones like drugs. My mom reached a point where she didn't know what else to do to straighten my sister out. She had almost given up on my sister several times but there was something in her (which I think only another mother can understand) that always pushed her to never totally give up.
My sister is now in her early 30s and also a mother of four children. Despite occasional fights, I think their "colorful" relationship had a happy ending, all thanks to my mom never giving up on her. Besides, my mom got her sweet sweet revenge ... my sister's kids are giving my her a small taste of her own medicine! Sweet karma!
I hope and I think your story will have its own happy ending.
Greetings to you! Am fine and dandy