I couldn’t help wonder why I was so different to everyone else. Why did I not feel absolute bliss when I was at home with the kids? Why did I enjoy drinking wine with friends when I was away with work instead of wallowing in self-pity in my hotel room because I missed them so much?
You Do Everything Together. You go shopping. You go to the movies. You go for dinner and then have ice cream later. You volunteer. You sing in the car.
The uncertainty crushes you.
People now think that if you don’t answer them within a few minutes you are ignoring them or aren’t interested. Sorry I couldn’t respond to you because I was playing Littlest Pet Shop with my daughter for the past hour or I was making dinner and couldn’t have my phone glued to my hand.
My mother taught me how rare unconditional love is.
A mom that’s best friends with her daughter is always on the lookout for her daughter’s welfare and happiness.
I know way too many parents who don’t have fun. Don’t do that. You have to choose to have fun and have a good attitude.
Your friends who think their pets are children will never understand.
You leaving made me question my worth. Every time someone would replace me or leave me I would consider it as a justification that I am not worth staying for.
Her mother has taught her how to love, how to hate, how to fight, and since losing the most influential person in her life; how to survive.