well nick IF THATS YOUR REAL NAME. im sure that your parents have thought about loving you for a very long time. they often lay in bed and wonder how much love they should give you. too much love would give you mommy boy status and too little love would leave you angsty and emo. Your parents spend every afternoon while your at school at 11 am discussing these topics. how do i know all of this you ask??
this is your father, robot kid
They should already love you. Simple as that. If they don't, then they should not be your parents.
Robot Kid you can never give or show too much love! He is his mum's boy!
Thanks guys I dont know what I would do with out a Hub Page. SHeeeesh
Nick if you are asking a serious question, then your best approach is to go directly to your parents, and tell them how you feel. If you feel unloved tell them, if you need to know you are loved ask them. Believe me as a parent, parents do love their children more than words can describe--but some have trouble saying it.
Your parents already love you. Sometimes it's difficult to believe something like that but it's true. The real question is do you love yourself? A very wise person once said to me, "People are put into our lives to show us what we have to work on." This was said to me at a time when I was struggling with my relationship with my mother. I wondered for most of my life why she didn't love me. It turned out she always loved me but I couldn't see it. It wasn't until I was able to recognize in myself the things I didn't like about her that I started to see that I might be pushing her away. Today we are the best of friends.
Hopefully one day you and your parents will be closer. Take a look at what it is about you that you believe your parents don't love. Also look at what it is about them that bothers you. If you're brutally honest with yourself, you may find that you can make some changes in yourself that will help you to see that they do love you. You may also want to consider having a conversation with them about how you feel. Approach it from the standpoint of wanting to improve your relationship with them. If you start out by blaming them you've lost the battle before you start. Be willing to take responsibility for your actions, thoughts and words and see them as loving parents, even if you're not feeling the love. Time will heal and if you work at it, the healing will come faster. Good luck.
Interesting question. Do you really believe your parents don't love you?
they will stop loving you when you get to age 11 and know everything and start to love you again when your older at 19
at least that is what happened to me and my friends
heaven forbid that they did love me all the time
just did not feel like it
(dont think it could have been me eh)
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