Mother's Love

Mother's Love

Love You, Mom!

The purest form of love is a Mother’s Love. Each person is brought into this beautiful world through their mothers. The bond of a mother and child is always special and unique. Mother’s connection to a child exists even before they are born. Though women face issues during pregnancy, the happiness of seeing their newborn is divine. Mother is the source of birth and she is divine and special in this world. Mother’s love their children, make sacrifices and would do anything for their children.

The bond that I share with my Mother is very special and I love her a lot. She keeps telling me that I have grown up and changed a lot since my childhood days. That’s very true and I may not remember much of it when I was young, but she remembers a lot. She has been there for me whenever I wanted her support and care. She is very special and stands by my side when in need. I stay far away from her and miss her a lot. She taught me life’s first lessons and she has been my first teacher. Her smile makes me happy and her laughter makes me joyful. Her presence creates magic and the everlasting bond of a mother and child is felt.

There are some instances in our busy lives where we tend to forget or neglect our mother’s words or actions. We should not do that since we are hurting them. They care for us because they love us more than themselves. God created Mother’s on Earth since he is too busy and cannot take care of everyone in the world. Women leave their families and start a new family and take care of everyone and sacrifice their lives for their husband and children. We cannot define or measure Mother’s love in simple words.

If you haven’t been in touch with your mother or parents recently, call them and speak to them and tell them how much you love them and how much they mean to you. Mother’s teach their children how to walk and sense their feelings of hunger, pain or any problems instantly. Mother’s do have a huge responsibility in grooming their children. Respect your Mother, Love her and care for her because she is the one who brought you to this world.

A Mother is-







Cover Image Credit: behance
Cover Image Credit: briozone
Cover Image Credit: beckylagace
Cover Image Credit: hiphomeschoolmoms
Cover Image Credit: fineartamerica
Cover Image Credit: betelou wordpress
Cover Image Credit: desiringgod
Cover Image Credit: travel nationalgeographic
Cover Image Credit: boredfactory
Cover Image Credit: quoteslike

Popular Right Now

Connect with a generation
of new voices.

We are students, thinkers, influencers, and communities sharing our ideas with the world. Join our platform to create and discover content that actually matters to you.

Learn more Start Creating

Blocking Toxic Family Members Can Be Just What You Needed

It isn't an easy choice but it can be the most rewarding.


I haven't written for the Odyssey in quite some time due to this large issue in my life that I feel some people may also need to hear. Watching your parents go through a divorce can be difficult in itself, but what about having to remove one of your parents from your life at the same time? It's something I don't think many people could imagine doing. However, sometimes you are forced into the position between choosing what is best for your mental health or what is expected of you. For me, I realized that I needed to put myself first.

I realized that I am my own person. How I present myself and how I act and what I choose to believe in is how the world perceives me. I was faced with a parent who did not let me be who I am. The way I thought had to be in line with theirs. What I openly spoke about had to be in line with that parent's thoughts. This also, in turn, meant I had to revolve how I was perceived to the world around that parent's family. I had to abide by these societal norms and do what someone else expected of me. I realized that was ludicrous.

This parent was also abusive. They were toxic and manipulative and I could not stand idly by and just take that from them while also trying to become an independent young adult. I was forced to sit and watch one of my parents transform into someone I didn't recognize anymore. I had to watch them ignore any kind of reality checks and continue to feign innocence. I watched one of my parents mentally manipulate people I once called family into believing lies. I kept my head down and shut my mouth and kept taking the abuse. Now I'm at a point where I can confidently say that I am no longer afraid.

I was forced to cut ties with a parent that raised me, cared for me, attended school functions, fixed toys, bought me my first phone. I was forced to chuck out priceless memories for my own sanity. I could not sit idly by and allow myself to endure one more second of lies or abuse. I had to stand up for myself for once in my life and I blocked most of my family. I blocked cousins, aunts, uncles, and godparents. I changed my phone number that I had since 6th grade. I gave no warning and disappeared from my family's lives. Do I have regrets? No. I would do it again if I had to because I am so much stronger than sitting there and taking it.

I will have one less parent at my college graduation, which I am fighting so hard to achieve. I will have one less parent at my wedding. My future children will have one less grandparent. I mope in these thoughts but then I have to remember the other side of things. I will not have an unsupportive parent at my graduation and instead will have those that were there every step of the way. I will lack someone who was toxic at my wedding. My future children will never have to face the same abusive, toxic situations that my parent put me through. It was a difficult decision to make but one that I know in my heart is worthwhile.

Cutting a family member out of your life is difficult enough but cutting a parent is unimaginable. However, no one deserves to go through abusive situations. It shouldn't matter who the person is; if someone is treating you less than you deserve to be treated, they have no use being in your life. You should always be your first priority. You should never have to endure something for the sake of others. I am here to tell you that you are more than that and that cutting out a family member could actually be the best thing for you, even if it's incredibly difficult. I did it and I'm still here. It made me realize who my real family was, and there will never be enough thank you's in the world to show my mother just how much I appreciate her.

Related Content

Facebook Comments