Why do we love our parents? How to get rid of them
The first time I met my mother, I was in college.
We had only been dating for a few months when she came over and introduced me to my dad.
“You’re going to be my first boyfriend,” she said, and I laughed.
She was right.
She had never been more confident about me.
I’d never met a man who wasn’t a great dad, a great husband, and a great friend.
I thought it was a dream come true.
I was wrong.
I started to see my mother’s character flaws as the things that made her a great mother, and the qualities that made us all great parents.
I saw her as an individual who made terrible mistakes, and she made them better.
She knew when to apologize.
She saw things as they were, rather than how they should be.
She made us laugh and cry.
She taught me to love myself.
She also taught me the hard way.
As we grew older, our relationship became less about love and more about money.
I learned that it’s easier to be nice to your parents if you are wealthy than if you’re not.
And as I learned more about the ways that my mother treated me, I started seeing things from her point of view, rather from her own.
It took me years to learn this lesson, but I finally learned to trust her.
I didn’t grow up thinking that she was the only one who could make me happy, but now I know that she is, and that I can’t make her happy without being myself.
As I learned the lessons of my mother and my father, I began to realize that they are a product of who they were.
They weren’t born perfect, and they weren’t perfect at everything.
But they all have the gift of love.
And I realized that this gift is not limited to us, but also to everyone, regardless of their socioeconomic status.
So while it’s important to understand the roles and values that shape our relationship with our parents, we also have to understand that the world is filled with good people who want us to be better than our parents.
If you want to be a better parent, it’s worth it to learn the lessons and the hard lessons from your mother.
Because that’s how you will be remembered.