Between the outpouring love in the form of gifts, breakfast in bed or on the table, I want to pay attention to children whose mothers are not as loving as mothers should be.
Those children don’t feel like sending their mother a card like this.
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Those characters described above belong to mothers. Mothers ought to be lovely, funny, wonderful, unconditional, sweet, kind, incredible. They show nothing than praising traits. This is the idea of a mother in the society.
However not all mothers are created equal. There are manipulative, evil, envious, jealous, malicious, undermining, selfish mothers. Some could be rather abusive as well.
Mentioning mothers as such is unheard of. It is a taboo acknowledging that kind of mother, the one who gave birth to you. Mothers are supposed to represent all the positive adjectives existed, aren’t they? People with a loving mother can’t even imagine others who do not maintain good ties with theirs because of that.
That’s why I write this post, to support children (young and old) of loveless mothers on this Mother’s Day. I am fully aware what they are going through today, craving and yearning for a loving mother. Seeing the updates of picture perfect happiness on social media must be hard. Or it leaves them cold cause they have never experienced how it is to live and be raised by a loving mother.
Those who are lucky enough for having a caring and loving mother, cherish her. Those who don’t, I think of you today. I genuinely hope you get someone who subtitutes this. Someone who is not your biological mother but the one who is able to provide you the care and love.