“My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am I owe to my mother. I attribute my success in life to the moral, intellectual and physical education I received from her.” —George Washington
When it comes to the mother and her child, no relation can beat it. A mother is the one who carries her child in her womb, protects, cares, nurtures unconditionally.
Mothers always make sure we are safe and happy. On the other hand, since child’s very birth, the mother is the first person the child gets acquainted with. She is the one the child shares his secrets with, cracks jokes, and seeks help in studies. Altogether, a mother-child rapport is one of the most wonderful relational entities in the world.
Yet, while growing up kids, adolescents or the young adults develop a relation of frustration with their mother. Growing demarcations in mentalities often hinder the mother-child relation, leading the ward to doubt the affection of his or her mother. However, there are a few signs that can actually make us believe that our mothers love us, irrespective of age, time and distance.
- She is immensely protective of you
She always keeps an eye on you, worried about your safety and security. However, the best part is she doesn’t hover because she trusts you enough. She is protective but not imposing. She wants to keep everything bad away from you, but at the same time doesn’t irk you or make you feel suffocated.
- She is affectionate to the core
Not only will she cook delicious foods for you, or tirelessly look after you when you got a temperature or give you a shoulder to cry on after a terrible day. But the real affection lies in the fact that you can always count on her because she won’t judge you, will largely spoil you and most importantly, will prevent you from being reckless.
- You can share all your secrets
Be it the first crush you had in college, or why you fought with your best friend or the gossips from your last hangout, you can just pour out everything to her and be assured they will never reach your dad!
- Encourages you all the time
In a world full of dismissal and rejections, perhaps she is the only one who will pat you on the back, and tell you to go ahead; even when you are failing at everything. Starting from your poor performance in the mathematics assignment to a mundane job to a devastating heartbreak, she will stand through it all along with you. Even if she has to go against everyone, she will choose you.
- Scolds you when required
So, it makes you angry whenever she shouts at you or rebukes you, each time you commit a mistake. But trust me; a mother who scolds is actually a mother who is keeping a vivid attention upon you. No one else will rectify your mistakes the way she does. At the end of the day, she is always going to forgive you.
Can you add something more to the list?