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We grow up thinking our parents don’t understand our struggles, but the truth…


We grow up thinking our parents don't understand our struggles, but the truth is they made sure we never felt theirs.

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tehanihans

So true

ramlogansherry
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ramlogansherry

So true….

sjwatson1950
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sjwatson1950

Yes, so very true! I was blessed with awesome parents! 💞

hadiachoudhry
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hadiachoudhry

So damn true… my mom struggled for me every time and tried not to make us feel that pain she went through 😶💓 blessed to have her in my life

irenepandazis
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irenepandazis

Yes my parents wanted us a secure house to have. I rent we are by graces.

been8477
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been8477

Very true

psychiconair
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psychiconair

This is nicely expressed! !

audrajoseph
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audrajoseph

Very true

lifewithmazibee
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lifewithmazibee

Nice pic

bliss_be_hat
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bliss_be_hat

@sapphire.hope so true! 👌

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bklynmom11215

@meggysalmon @slytherinqueen_heh

oceyankandel
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oceyankandel

parents are God

snuffelafagus
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snuffelafagus

@pauljohnusher yes exactly what I was saying🙏

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mrsmansbach

@j.mansbach @mansbach_art #truth

pauljohnusher
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pauljohnusher

Pretty insulting really all the kids who didn’t have parents like this. What a way to make them feel even more like outsiders. I’m all for positivity but that post needed to be worded very differently.

najlaa_al_marhoobi
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najlaa_al_marhoobi

So true

strivingsaher
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strivingsaher

True..

snuffelafagus
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snuffelafagus

This is far from correct on a general level, which why else would you post? Most parents pass down their struggles, imprinting their children to repeat mistakes until the pattern is broken. The ones who break those struggles, start a new legacy to pass on to their children. My goal. This statement applies to those situations. Your statement applies to ‘some’ parents. @mysimplereminders

snuffelafagus
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Or they simply passed down their struggles through behavioral patterns. I’m all for positivity, but this statement shouldn’t be generalized. Thanks for sharing @mysimplereminders

saaytje
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saaytje

@its_mariska echt ja 😔

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