Comments to article «15 Reasons Kids Might Not Feel Close to Their Parents and Why They Shouldn’t Blame Themselves»

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No exaggeration,,, I've been through every single one of these. Although I'm 33 now, I've a successful career, and about to hold a PHD,,, I still remember and still have the same issues with my mom, and still doubt myself too.
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l am 12 and l am also going through this but l doubt myself most when l think l am a girl because my parents wanted a boy
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my grandma always preferred my uncle's baby boy over me ( girl) when i was younger, through the years i grew up to do excellent at school and was well mannered because of mom's upbringing and then my grandma just switched sides. she went on telling everyone how l proud she is of me and that i am her favourite grandchild and started making and keeping bigger pieces of cake for me 😁 so i wanted to convey you that everything will get okay with time, don't worry. 😉
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thanks for telling me the last
lines bought a smile on my face even my family didn't told me this ☺️but l don't have a sibling but a cousin brother who lives in Australia he is better than me in every thing he is the topper in his class, a cricket player, and he had friends on the other side my position of the class is like 24 or 25 out of 30 l am not good in any sports, l don't have any friends. but l am good in singing and dancing but my family say that they don't want to become a singer but they want to become a doctor or scientist why because they earn money but l don't think l will be happy from becoming doctor or scientist because l don't have any passion in that stuff. so l am asking you that should l give up my dreams or not ??
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do what you want not what you're parents what you to be. Trust me, you'll only resent them if you don't
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thank you sooooo much 💜💜
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5 months ago
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