I have no words to admire and love explaination for my mother. Sonam tells that I have recently won a music contest and I think that my success is the result of prays of my mother for me. I want to tell my friends that we are grown up today because of our mother. Right from the day we are born, mother takes us under her protection. She feeds us, gives us medicines, looks after our growth and teaches us to walk and play. Mother helps us in our school studies and fights for us with others if required. Mother saves us from every calamity.
Even though we cut the umbilical cord there still is a strong connection. So strong that 80% of women at midlife say they have a good relationship with their mother – but wish it was better. Wish it was better? If that’s the case then do it. Why would you settle for less than what you want? You have the power to influence any relationship – why not one of the most important one – with your mother?
You have the power to influence any relationship!
What makes this relationship so interesting and at the same time nerve-wracking? Mothers fear the changes that lie ahead (not playing a major role) and daughters are pushing the envelope to spread their wings (and fly away). One thing is for certain – the mother-daughter relationship is the most intimate contentious experience two people can have.
Most mothers continue to mother because that’s what they (we) do. And we as daughters still seek our mom’s approval even late in life. There comes an eye-opening time when the daughter suddenly realizes that her mother is not only her mother. When did that happen for you? I was in third grade when my mom told me about the ‘birds and the bees.’ I was shocked! It wasn’t until a few days later I realized that she did this (I was only 8)! How horrible – yuck! Could this be my mom? No way! She is much more for me than this all.
The sender and writer of this article is Sonam. Sonam belongs to Chennai. She is doing MBA from Chennai university. Sonam loves gardening, cooking and doing exercises.Related Posts