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    dots Submission Name: Lifedots

    Author: PrettyHeart
    ASL Info:    39
    Elite Ratio:    3.06 - 62/55/53
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    Class/Type: Rant/Misc
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    I am so.... scared and frustrated! I have to wonder sometimes if I am doing this right. Am I the mother I am supposed to be, am I teaching them about the rights and wrongs the right way. I am frustrated to see them sad, without, and struggling to fit in or to find themselves. Yet I get such joy out of everything that they have accomplished in life so far and look forward to all that they do in the future. I hope that all their dreams are fulfilled and they are given a better start than what I had.

    I am scared that I am too harsh on my kids, and all the same I am afraid that I give them to much freedom. I try to be the best that I can to them, but is it enough. Or am I just scared that I am losing my grip on them that they are growing up and I do not want to let them go.

    I wish it were easy as reading a book to figure the whole raising kids, teens mostly. I wish that I were given the opportunity to learn from my mother, or to have her to ask questions or get advice from. I am missing that a great deal. I guess I have to go off my motherly instinct for the most part.

    I just pray that the next 8 to 10 years go by with out too much worries or mishaps. I pray that my boys learn to be respectful and cautious with he girls and the girls the same and learn their boundaries. I pray that the Lord watches them and guides them in the right paths in life. Most of all I pray that the Lord spares me from my past and does not allow it to come back to haunt me, this coming from the old saying from everyone's parents.... what comes around goes around, you will pay for this when you have kids of your own.

    I just want my kids to know that I love them and everything I do is for them. They are my world and my best friends.

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      I agree with Suicidalacts on the fact that you have nothing to worry about, as long as you let them know where the boundries are don't let them getting away with crossing them then they'll know right from wrong. and you shouldn't be ashamed of your past, no matter how bad it was or how bad you think it was. my son is only two and I tell him stories of when I was younger and did dumb things which I know he doesn't fully understand, but when he's older and does I will still tell him about the things I did as a kid and teenager. but you also have to let them grow up and let them learn from their own mistakes so they learn where the line of morality is and know when they are uncomfortable they should trust their gut and it will always lead them in the right direction. basic instinct is almost always right.
    | Posted on 2009-05-08 00:00:00 | by Darkest Flaw | [ Reply to This ]
      it sounds to me you have nothing to worry about...as long as you basically tell your kids what you have here...as long as they know you love them...thats the most important thing...as long as you keep them safe from danger and teach them a sense of basic common sense what more chould a mother do...i don't have any kids but i lost my mother when i was 15...and see was the best person in the world because she always listened and understood...no matter what she was there...she always told me i did a good job even though sometimes i didn't...i hope this helps comfort you a little...
    - ash
    | Posted on 2009-05-06 00:00:00 | by suicidalacts72 | [ Reply to This ]

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