I feel this. My mom was in and out and when she was present physically she wasn’t mentally. Dogs make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt It’s up to us to break the cycle. Thanks for making me feel like I’m not the only one who didn’t get the “good” mom.
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Mine left us. Growing up thinking she did that because of work overseas. But as I got to know her, she not only forgot how to be a mom, she has become an estranged person to me. Loving and unselfish Mom will never allow their child(ren) feel unloved and miserable. Because mine does. Some women in this world will bore kids as that and never become the mother and mom they should be…loving, selfless, compassionate, caring, inspiring and supportive. So blessed are those moms who have been their children love and inspiration and vice versa. Dogs make me happy humans make my head hurt shirt Maybe you should reach out and try to make a relationship. If you have children, show her how to be a mom again. No you shouldn’t have to do that but sometimes things don’t come easy. I’d hate to think one day she will wake up and regret everything she has done or not done. At least you could say you tried if didn’t work out. I gave a mom that’s my best friend I’m 31 now and I depend on my mom for a lot still. I hope you can be a peace whatever you choose.
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I agree entirely. Mine left me and my brother for no real reason other than wanting freedom. The pain was indescribable. Some are mothers only mums in name and just because they are they gave birth to you does not mean you have to honour them forever, not if it breaks your heart every time she treats you like you don’t matter. I am now protecting my kids from her selfishness. I have and my other siblings have, but that’s just the way she is. If one child can’t make her change what more of many.
She lived overseas alone for so long away from her original responsibilities that her way of thinking, feeling and sensing has transformed her into something she is not, which she’s comfortably adopted fairly well. The money she send as her support to us will never buy the love, caring and emotional support a child(ren) is longing from a mom. There’s one thing I am thankful for her…she taught me not to be like her to my children. I have grown to be the total opposite of her. And there’s no one in this world I would rather be than be a good, loving, caring, supportive mom to my children until the last breath of my life.