Are you having a loving relationship with your parents?
Do they hug you? Do you feel close to them or do you feel misunderstood? Is it a relationship based on distance, not saying what you really want to say? Or are you very lucky for the bond you have with them?
I get along very well with father who is still with me. My beloved mother passed about 2 1/2 years ago. Before her passing, we had a very loving relationship.
So far it is strong. We hug all the time, visit each other constantly. Even though we sometimes don't understand each other, we know each other very well. I am lucky. I've seen too many parents who ignore what their child says because they always see them as a child and believe the parents will always know better. It is a sad assumption.
Warm parent-child relationships are crucial to a child's emotional, mental, and psychological development. Warm parent-child relationships are imperative if a child is going to THRIVE! read more
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