Can anyone forget your mother ? What is this strong relationship between us and mother ?
Impossible. Look at any infant you see when you walk around. How vulnerable they are! How much dependent they are! What will happen if the mother leaves him? Can any one else on this earth take care of him with the same intensity as his mother does? I bow down to my mother and touch her feet mentally, everytime I see an infant for giving me this life which I very much enjoy.
To forget your mother is to forget that you were born. If you dare to forget her on any day at all, certainly not on your birthday.
Unfortunately there are some mentally, emotionally or physically abusive mothers that can cause immeasurable problems for their children when they become adults. It's often very difficult to talk about because we live in a society that idolizes motherhood. However, it really isn't for everyone and many people should never have children as they are not able to look after them properly. In some cases, it is the healthy thing to do to move forward and sever those ties.
ValL is absolutely right. Society idolizes motherhood, but in reality it isn't a nurturing, loving and kind relationship for everybody. There are many adults and children who wish they could forget their mothers.
a mother carries their child in the womb , provides for all their needs and then goes through the struggle to bring them into the world, from the moment their child comes into the world the continue to love, support and stand by them throughout everything. I love my mum and i know she will always love me unconditionally
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