When life becomes unbalanced and YOU refuse to change, YOU refuse to adjust, YOU refuse to seek, then YOU also refused a lifeline.
I am 46 years old and my youngest son is 25 years old. There is this saying that your children will always be your children and they will always need you. I’m just wondering at what point do they become responsible.
I began my journey of adulthood at 14 years old, mother at 16 years old, 1st apartment 17 years old. I have had many failures along the way and my mother was there for me yet I never made her feel responsible for my life’s actions.
I am 46 years old and my oldest daughter is 30 years old. There is this saying that your children reflect who you are/was not what you said. I’m just wondering at what point do they reflect back the examples I was/am.
I went from living in Dallas Life Foundation with my family to owning TWO homes. I worked the system to my advantage and went from transitional housing to public housing to renting to owning. I now have a credit score that creditors ask me what I want after bankruptcy in 2008. My story is that of survival.
I am 46 years old and my mother is no longer here, she has went home to be with the Lord. There is a saying that you miss your mother when she is gone and you somehow recall things you should have said or done whole she was yet alive.
I moved back from GA 2013 because my mother said she needed me. I never told her about my pain or heart breaks. Whenever my mother asked I was there. Whenever my mother suggested I was there. Whenever my mother dreamed I fulfilled it to the best of my ability. The only regret I have is that I didn’t hug her more often even though she was not an affectionate person. I Love my mother flaws and all and before she went home to Glory she KNEW it. I gave her roses while she was on Earth and in Heaven.
No matter the title of a relationship, if you say you LOVE someone it should reflect in your actions and deeds toward that person.
I speak on motherhood this morning because MANY have lost their way and do not understand what it means to HONOR your mother and father. It does not matter what religion you follow this is a Golden Rule.