Tue. Jul 5th, 2022

Introduction: When You Were a Child, What Were the Moments That Deeply Affected You?

A lot of people remember the first day they stepped off their parents’ property and were completely on their own. This is a moment that many children find very memorable and personal. But, others to not remember the exact first moment they left or enter their parents’ property until later in life when they leave the house for college or to get married. Some people don’t remember this moment ever.
In the following story I’m going to introduce you to a man named Jason. Jason’s father was brutally murdered when Jason was about six years old, and for many years he thought that he forgot it. But, in the end of his story, you will learn that this moment was remembered by him-and it has had a lasting effect on his life.
Jason’s mother is alive today, but she’s not happy with how the police handled this case. She told me that they never visited her to get the necessary paperwork while she was away. Also, she didn’t give them a receipt, so they were unable to do a proper investigation. Without these items, the police were unable to do their job and bring his father’s killer to justice.
Her husband was a very kind man and Jason is still devastated by his loss. His mother told me that hardly anything is remembered around the house and he’s not remembered here on the blog by anyone. I wanted to talk about him because he was a really nice man. He worked a lot and was always tired, but he never said no if Jason wanted a ride somewhere. He went to church every Sunday with his family and he read to his children every night before bed.

mcc my mother tried to piece me back together
mcc my mother tried to piece me back together

Mother’s Love for Her Children is Pivotal to Personal Development

My mother had to deal with a lot when I was growing up. She had to raise three children, hold down a job and deal with my dad who was an addict. I watched her battle depression and anxiety as she felt like she didn’t deserve our family or had done anything to help me grow. But every time I was upset, angry, sad or frustrated she told me that my mother loved me with all of her heart.
This is the kind of love that not only helped daughter-of-addict recover from his dysfunctional upbringing but also helped him transition into adulthood by making sure that he knew how much he was cherished by his mother.
How important is a mother’s love for her child? According to research done by Dr. Daniel Siegel, author of “The Developing Mind: How Relationships and the Brain Interact to Shape Who We Are,” children who feel loved by their mothers tend to be more resilient, responsible, less aggressive and easygoing. Children raised by emotionally distant mothers are not only more likely to have social problems as adults but are also more likely to be impulsive, act out and have poor self-esteem.

mcc my mother tried to piece me back together
mcc my mother tried to piece me back together

Why Repetition of Painful Mother Reunion Memories Hurts Our Relationship Today

Growing up, my father was an alcoholic and drug addict. Many times he would take his frustrations out on my mom and the three of us children. My mother would try to make the best of a bad situation. We would hear her saying things like “we are just lucky to have a place to live”. “At least we have food on the table.” “My husband laid the floor in the living room.” “I was an okay mother, so why did God have to make him abusive?” “If I could only have one wish, it would be for more time and less heartache”.

mcc my mother tried to piece me back together
mcc my mother tried to piece me back together

How to Incorporate Your Loving Motherly Memories Into Your Romantic Relationships Now

Many people my age and younger have to deal with the fact that their parent or parents are absent or have passed away. When my father passed away, I had to grow up fast. I was in the military when it happened and had to jump right into the world of adulthood without skipping a beat. Many people, who lack strong mother figures in their lives, will go through life only settling for those who won’t give them the attention and adoration that a mother can provide. They settle for the minimum of attention from their romantic relationships and stoically push on to the next day. The fact is many single people have become accustomed to not having a mother to come home to, and often the notion of what they are missing out on is completely lost on them. A man or woman can have all the money in the world and not be able to buy their way into a healthy relationship. They settle for less than what a normal person would expect and don’t realize that they are never going to be fulfilled until they can reestablish a strong, loving bond with their mother.
Therefore, I wanted to start this article off with an overview of my personal experience and create a direction for other single people to follow in their own lives.

mcc my mother tried to piece me back together
mcc my mother tried to piece me back together

The Importance of Appreciating What We Have in Common vs. Being Jud

In relationships, there is always the saying: “You don’t know what you have until it is gone”. A lot of people fail to appreciate their significant other or family members while they are present. I am guilty of this myself, but I am in the process of making a change. It is important to take time out each day to thank those who are around you for the things they do. I was bullied a lot while growing up and my mother always stood up for me even when I wasn’t there to help. My mother used to send out a family group email every morning stating, “we are all here for you”. To this day, I still remember that phrase and re-affirm to myself everyday, “we are all here for you”. But most importantly I am able to appreciate my mother because she was always there for me.
However, this isn’t the case for everyone and some people cannot even appreciate themselves. My Uncle is an example of this. He is disabled, but recently got a new leg and was very excited about his new leg. My Uncle is also very religious and believes that “God gave him his leg so he could go back to church”. The problem I have with this is that my uncle doesn’t believe God gave him the leg to help him reach his goal in life. My uncle is disabled and there are other ways to help somebody reach their goals in life than giving them a disability. He says that he thinks that God should have given him a normal leg instead of a handicapped one. My uncle doesn’t know how to be happy just the way he is, and I think that should change.

mcc my mother tried to piece me back together
mcc my mother tried to piece me back together