This Tuesday GIF was created by a mom of 4 who wanted to celebrate a birthday for her. The mom had a birthday dinner party for her kids and a big cake. The icing was a huge bowl of fresh strawberries and strawberries dipped in chocolate. The kids and their mama did a lot of laughing, crying, and general mayhem.
I know what you’re thinking. “That is a terrible thing to do to a child.” Well, it’s not, but it is the kind of thing that we do to our children all the time. But the thing is, the moms are doing it to themselves. It’s like a form of self-abuse and is basically just an excuse for not being able to get their children to behave.
I think the best way to deal with that is to let them play and then when they are older, to remind them that the real way to deal with it is to talk to their parents. I don’t think anyone would really blame them for this, but it also doesn’t ignore the fact that they are at a very vulnerable age and a lot of things can go wrong.
But the problem is that we have lost the ability to talk to our parents. We don’t have the same social skills and we don’t have the same understanding of what it means to talk to people as we used to. We also don’t have the same sense of empathy.
the problem with not talking to our parents is that they’re not still around. They are dead and gone and we think that they are no longer listening. We want to tell them how much we care about them, but it’s hard to know what to say to them when you dont know them, and you dont want to tell them something that you dont understand right now. The problem is that we dont even know how to start.
What we should do with our parents is when they die, we should cry. We could tell them how much we love them, and that we are sorry that they are gone. We could tell them that they were the most important people in our lives, and that we really care about them. But when we try to do that, what do we say? “I dont know who you are, but I’m glad you are here with us, and I love you.
The problem is that in all the time we have been going through the grieving process over how to tell our parents, we have never learned anything about how to grieve with them. We have tried and tried, and we are always left with the feeling that we were just supposed to act like kids and cry. If you ever feel like you need to tell your parents that you are sorry that they are gone, you can.
The point is that we have never learned how to grieve with our parents. We have tried for a lot of years now to be adults and deal with the death of our parents. We have tried to learn how to forgive and forget, but it’s always just like, “I don’t feel like I’ve got it.
Don’t get me wrong. I am not saying that you have to have a deathbed confession or a suicide note to feel regret. It doesn’t have to be the same guy, but it’s usually something we can all relate to. We do need to learn how to grieve with our parents more often though, and we need to try to forgive and forget. But it isn’t the same as just forgetting the way it was for them.
We have already started to forget how our parents died and we want to start the process of forgiving them more often, but we need to do it a little differently. We’re going to be talking about the art of forgiving and how to actually do it, but first we’re going to look at something a lot more practical that can help us forgive, which is grief counseling.