How will you handle a broken family.
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How will you handle a broken family.
Last edited by someone_0888; Jul 9, 2012 at 02:50 PM. Reason: Incorrect
Details naman TS.
Anyway, marami naman broken family na nag su survive.
ang key diyan, ipakita nyo sa anak nyo ang respect sa isa't isa, para hindi sila ma traumatize.
Dati nag hiwalay ang parents ko, kasi babaero ang dad ko noon, so hindi na nakaya ng mom ko, so they separated, and that made us a broken home.
Hmm.. nung away sila ng away, nahirapan akong mag concentrate sa pag-aaral, kaya mabababa ang grades ko nung elementary, absent din ako absent.
Mas na appreciate ko nung naghiwalay sila, kasi mas nagkaroon kami ng peace of mind, wala ng nag aaway, lahat masaya. LOL
Isa siguro kami sa mapapalad na broken family, eh na repair ulit, a few years later nung separation, nagkabalikan ang parents ko, and now na matatanda na sila, para naman silang mag BF GF sa ka sweetan..
How do you handle a broken family.. kayanin mo, kasi kaya mo yan. Ang lahat ng nangyayari eh may dahilan, I guess, to make you a better individual? To make you stronger?
Lahat naman tayo may mga problema, and siyempre, prayer talaga, walang impossible sa Diyos
parang mahirap lalo na kung maliliit pa yung mga kids...kung ako
tatanungin mo...i will stay with my family even may mahal akong iba..
yung bata kasi ang importante sa akin..sila ang magiging kawawa kung
sakaling maghiwalay kayo...pwde naman kayong maging masaya..itago mo
nalang yung nararamdaman mo..at isipin ang ikakabuti ng mga bata..
I agree with Jazzmine22
parang mahirap naman na patuloy kayong magsama at meron ka nang gustong iba. Mas lalo lang mahihirapan yun bata at hindi maiiwasan ang away especially if your partner knows that you want to be with somebody else.
Para kay TS, acceptance will be the key. Try to analyze, ano ba main reason ng fall out niyo?
Kaya dapat gawing batas na ang DIVORCE sa Pinas.
--sent from my HTC Cha Cha
I come from a broken family, and I don't keep it a secret. I've learned to accept it a long, long time ago. Sometimes people judge based on family background -- 'ahh, kaya ganyan ugali niyan kasi hiwalay ang magulang...', which is unfair but what can I do? People will think what they want to think. Anyway, I'm just ranting. lol
If (or when) I get married, I will do my best to keep my family intact because I know how it feels to watch your parents' marriage fall apart -- it does things to you (as they say, it's always good to blame the parents. lol) I'm sure those who have been through the same experience can relate. So before married couples make a decision to split up for good, be sure to exhaust all efforts to save the marriage, think it through. Think of your children. Although, yes I am also in favor of divorce. I don't wish for my parents to be back together. I know they are not right for each other.
as a child, wala ka nang magagawa but to accept it as your reality. it will be hard, but who says life is easy even to those who maintain a complete family? everyone has their dark side, so swear and work it won't happen to your own future one.