No. Absolutely not. A mother is a mother and should remain so.
I read your hub, and I don't think you can become her friend. If you can do it you're a genius. But still I say you shouldn't.
See Aya what I was talking about? This is the third thread already
I was always, and still am, friends with my mother. My mother always spoke open and honestly about mistakes I had made, and mistakes I probably would make. I knew my mother would always be there for me, and she always withheld judgement. She wasn't the easiest mother to get along with, sometimes. But, she always had a lot of love and understanding. I found it easy to open up and be honest with her. I wasn't the easiest kid to deal with, but my mother always dealt with me, and she did it with love.
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Why most mothers prefer sons than daughters?Mothers are more appreciated when their first born is a boy and prefer boys to girls, the favorite child is often the boy, can this affect children when older?
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Can a mother become jealous of her daughters life?
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