What I Want… A letter to my son

What I Want… A letter to my son

What I want for you, my son….I want you to see me as a person.  I am more than your parent.  I am a creative, generous, sensitive woman.

I want you to understand that it is difficult providing you the space you need to make mistakes.  I want to shelter you from hurt and disappointment.  Parenting is the most difficult thing I have ever done and most of the time I don’t feel very good at it.

I want you to be comfortable in your own skin; never feeling inferior or inadequate.  You are responsible for your own happiness. sill of mom and son

I want you to realize that unresolved anger seeds resentment; a toxic companion.  Exercise the power of forgiveness and feel your heart open.

I want you to feel the beauty of true love and how it feels to share your heart, your fears and your dreams with someone who loves you for who you are.

I want you to know that we may not always agree but I will always love you.  I am blessed share my life with you.

Love,

Mom

Editor’s Note:  Although my sons are now 19 and 21, I felt it may be time to tell them again what I want for them and what I consider to be life’s most important concepts.   From the heart,  CaraW

©2012MyGirlfriendVoice

Categories:  Parenting, Love, Growing up, Hope

Tags:  A letter to my son; A guide for a good life, Wishes for my kids, Love Mom, #MyGirlfriendVoice

4 thoughts on “What I Want… A letter to my son

  1. Our concern as parents is true but our expectation from them for this awareness some times leads to conflicts and aggression.
    The true motherly love is bound to have its effect on the child and it comes out when there is opportune time / need for it.

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