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If your mom love you, who you think she will treasure the most?
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Posted 4/1/14

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I think he means do you think your mom would give you up if it meant for her a better life, and would you stop her if she tried to leave you for someone else? Uh. It's your mom, man. That phrasing doesn't work. Seriously.

If I was an English teacher, I wouldn't give you an F. I would kick you out of my class with force and make you start over from scratch.


Well, to answer the Op, the answer would be yes then. In fact, she did when I was a child

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Unconditional love or not, in this age of abortion, simply giving birth to a child requires love. Pregnancy in itself is no easy task, and your existence is proof enough that your mother loves you on some level. Beyond that really depends on the mother herself. There are many situations where it is better for the child's well being to be raised somewhere else. It may also be better for her to better herself first. Unless she's leaving you in a situation where she knows you won't be taken care of, you can't say she doesn't love you.

That said, there are many people in this world who are very selfish and simply can't be bothered to take care of another person. They don't want to deal with the responsibilities of being a parent and push the task off on someone else, usually their own relatives. They tell themselves that whatever trivial things they want to do with their life can't be done with a kid, and immaturely continue to try to live life "freely" without accomplishing anything of worth. We are talking about mothers, but I think there are way more fathers in this category. Since the OP didn't mention him, the father probably fits this as well.

That's different from the mother who leaves her child with someone because she wants to complete school first, or she doesn't have a place to stay, or is afraid her partner may abuse the child, or she knows she has substance abuse problems herself. Which is which depends on the person. But simply leaving a child is not enough to say that a mother doesn't care about them.

Still, my personal opinion is that those who don't have serious issues and simply want a better life for their kid are doing the wrong thing. No one is born knowing how to parent and everyone has problems, but working through them together is what makes a strong family. The bond a baby has with a mother is a strong physical, neurological, and emotional yearning from birth; separation leaves permanent psychological scars. I grew up homeless, poor, with a mom with mental illness and lots of problems, sometimes we had to temporarily stay with relatives, and we always came back, but I was way, way happier than when I was put in foster care. My 14 siblings were also fine up until we were separated; when we got put in a "better environment" was when everything went to hell.

Needing lots of money, toys, space, your own house, a car, that's all bullshit. People have been raising babies since the stone ages, no kid needs any of that crap as much as they do love. As long as they will be relatively safe and have food to eat, it's always better to just keep your own kids. In many countries there are lots of services available to help make that happen, so just ask someone(like me) or google it; don't leave your kids.
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Damn this is really simple isn't it?

A real mother puts her children before anything else in her life.
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Posted 4/2/14

Magical-Soul wrote:

It's really disturbing seeing someone spew vitriol about someone's grammar and spelling on an international website.

Seriously, how many languages do you speak? 1? Thought so.

Anyhow...

My mother put me before herself all the time until I turned 17. Then I was on my own, :p


Two, actually. Also know a bit of Spanish as well.
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I need more information on the scenario before I will feel comfortable passing judgement, because a mother "giving up" her child to someone else can be more selfless than not doing so. The age of the child in question would be especially helpful, too. After all, an 16+ year-old "child" whining about his/her mother becoming involved with someone isn't very pitiable, as far as I'm concerned.
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Posted 4/2/14

Phersu wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

It's really disturbing seeing someone spew vitriol about someone's grammar and spelling on an international website.

Seriously, how many languages do you speak? 1? Thought so.

Anyhow...

My mother put me before herself all the time until I turned 17. Then I was on my own, :p


Two, actually. Also know a bit of Spanish as well.


*Claps* I didn't know! I'm sure your Spanish is as good as your English!
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*Claps* I didn't know! I'm sure your Spanish is as good as your English!


You can try to mock me, but my English is quite good.
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I know I have the BEST mother in the world. at 22 she still treats me like her little princess^^ and she would never leave me for anyone or anything...I'm a momma's girl and proud of it. .....however, when she got pregnant she was very depressed lol she told me she didn't want to have me due to the difficult circumstances and now I'm her favorite child.XD

tsk tsk was the question about that? hope so. ^^

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Posted 4/2/14

Phersu wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

*Claps* I didn't know! I'm sure your Spanish is as good as your English!


You can try to mock me, but my English is quite good.


But you don't even know the definition of mock.

I wasn't mocking you, if it wasn't clear at first.
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But you don't even know the definition of mock.

I wasn't mocking you, if it wasn't clear at first.


I just assumed.
Posted 4/2/14

Phersu wrote:


Magical-Soul wrote:

*Claps* I didn't know! I'm sure your Spanish is as good as your English!


You can try to mock me, but my English is quite good.


Quite well*

OHOHOHOHO.
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chao_mein wrote:

Quite well*

OHOHOHOHO.




But seriously, quite good works fine too.
Posted 4/2/14

Phersu wrote:


chao_mein wrote:

Quite well*

OHOHOHOHO.




But seriously, quite good works fine too.


I still love you, Persona. No matter what.
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Wait.... I remember this guy....

I remember a thread about him ranting about parents watching anime. The writing style was the same as this thread. But he has a totally different avatar this time around. If this is just trolling, he really has mastered the craft.

Or if he speaks in a different language normally, I'd like to know what he speaks.
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smithasdf wrote:

Damn this is really simple isn't it?

A real mother puts her children before anything else in her life.


My thought exactly, i have never grow up saying "mom" but i learn it from anime and movies how a mother should react toward her child.


SoldierSangria wrote:

Since we're limiting the subject to mothers...

A mother's love for her child should be unconditional. But unfortunately, there are many women out there who give birth that do not love nor care for their children. Not all women who give birth are mothers, and not all mothers love their children like they should.


But do you still think those mothers love their children? I don't really know what i mean when i say "love" but few days ago my real mother calls me, and she say "Why don't you call me...? I was worried, i thought you was sick" and that kind of hit me.


Ryuouka wrote:

Do you mean;
If your mom abandoned you at birth and gave you to someone else, (adoption), because of her life and career choices, do you think she would still love or treasure you?

Personally i think a mother's love is one of the most honest and strongest things in this world. Even if my mother abondened me, she would still look at me as her son.







That is like beating the hell out of you until you become pluralized, or get some kind of serious injury that will make you need someone help to make your everyday life. and then after that come to help you on your unhealable injury saying "I love you".


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lucky are those whose mothers love them


I think i'm one of them


koji8123 wrote:

Book of OP 2; verse 4:

and the OP sayeth, "Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more Like?"

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P.S. My mom will treasure my dad the most.


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