It may sound like I’m rambling, but I assure you, I’m not.
In fact, I’m writing this while driving home from work because I’m in a rush and need to get home. But I’m also a little worried about something.
For starters, I’m worried about my mom. She’s been driving me crazy lately. My mom is a lot older than me (she’s in her sixties). And I’m worried because she’s been driving me crazy. I mean, I can understand the frustration and annoyance with being a young teenager, but when I look back on it, she does a lot of things like I’ve never seen from a parent.
Well, I think that’s the problem with kids, they know that adults do things and they don’t like it. I’m not saying that it’s right or wrong, but it’s a bad habit that kids get into.
My mom is a nurse. Thats all I know, I only talk to her because shes my mom. I just dont know how I got here with her and my dad.
While you are not a parent, I am one. As I get older I realize that parenting is not easy for all of us. My mom is also a nurse, so shes taught me a lot of things that I didnt know before. I was afraid of her when she got pregnant with me because shes never talked to me about it. Ive had to listen to my mom talk a lot about how my dad and I werent married, etc.
This is a good rule of thumb. It isn’t uncommon for children, in particular, to be afraid of their parents, especially mothers, and they have to learn how to deal with that through the normal stages of development. To help avoid this fear and learn to love your parents, you might do well to start by giving them a lot of attention. You might teach them to talk to you, and talk to you about the things you care about, even if it is something trivial.
The most important thing I would tell my daughters is to take care of yourself. You are the only person who can make a difference. You have to do everything possible to show your love for them. The best way to do that is to take risks. You might give them an opportunity that you would not consider giving to anyone else. You might take on something new that you feel will benefit them and help them. You might even make your own mistakes.