Blog For Mother
Nobody can come close to the love that a mother feels for her children. Most women are naturally excellent mothers. Women carry their youthful before they are born and then continue to nurture them all over their childhood and even into adulthood. Mothers make confident that their children are safe and sound and happy throughout their childhood. It is the absolute love that a mother feels that drives these feelings. It is hard to explain the feeling that a mother has towards her children. In fact, most people do not understand unless they turn out to be a mother themselves. Raising children comes with its own share of frustrations, from the needy new born baby that requires regular care to the sullen teenager, a mother’s job is anything but easy. A famous saying states that “God could not be everywhere and so he invented mothers”, these words are a great inspiration to mothers across the world. When all is well, a mother puts her children before something else, including their own comfort and happiness. Mothers give an horrible lot of support to their children, whether it involves very visible support or simple background encouragement. Not only do mothers support their children, but they also often hold the whole family structure together. This role is not always plain sailing. A mother can also be upset or hurt. Remember that a mother often takes the fallout for the toddler tantrums and the teenage angst. Despite this, mothers, generally, will love their children no matter what they do. Mothers are intended to be the cheerleaders of their kids, from time to time in loud and visible ways, now and again in sublet or unspoken ways in the background. Mothers are often the backbone of families. Mother’s job is not always an easy one. Mothers have to make sacrifices. Mothers can have their hearts broken. Mothers must be the conscience of young children and are often the brunt of their anger and pain as they grow into adulthood. The great thing about mothers is that they usually understand and so —
Mother, you are so special
You are simply the best
I love her, who care
Who’s dependence – whose affection – for whose care I’m still alive – you mother.
Through years and years,
I remain the same – for whose reliance – she will mother .. you mother.
- Tips for Talking With Your Daughter (teens.webmd.com)