My Mom- The Most Important Woman in My Life

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“My mom is the most important woman in my life.” This statement holds true for so many people, and it’s a sentiment that I can relate to. My mother has always been there for me, no matter what. Her love knows no bounds, and she’ll do anything to make sure that her children are happy – even if it means sacrificing things like time with friends or her own needs. She has taught me how to be selfless and caring of others, which will help me throughout my life as well as in my relationships with other people. As you read this article about your mom being important in your lives, remember these three lessons:

1) Your mom loves you unconditionally

2) There is absolutely nothing you can do to stop your mom from loving you and

(optionally)

“Even if she’s the most important woman in your life, it doesn’t mean that she should be there for everything.”

The first lesson is one of unconditional love. My mother has been with me through thick and thin; I couldn’t ask for a better support system than her. She will always have my back no matter what happens – even when things like friends or herself are involved. The second lesson is about being selfless, which ties into both Mom’s role as an individual and as someone who loves unconditionally. If something needs to happen but leaves us out, we’re still going to put our all into making sure that everyone else is taken care of first.

My mom has taught me to be kind, caring and selfless more than I can say. She’s always been there for every milestone in my life: whether it was celebrating a promotion at work or breaking up with a boyfriend that wasn’t right for me – she’s made sure I had the support system I needed to move on from any mistake. And now as an adult myself, I’m looking back and appreciating what all those lessons have done for me; they’ve given me the opportunity to become someone who is able to give others unconditional love without asking anything in return because when you’re loved like this by another human being, how could anyone ask anything else?

Since my mother raised three boys before having me, I ended up being the only girl in my family. But she never made me feel like a second class citizen – as if I didn’t have to follow any of the “girl rules” just because there weren’t any other girls around to do it for me. She raised all three of us equally and we were fortunate enough that none of us turned out too differently from one another when you think about it.

I don’t always get along with her now but looking back on everything, that’s not so much different than most kids and their parents. What matters is how many times your mom has been there for you no matter what; even though sometimes you might not want her help or advice, she’s still there waiting patiently until you’re ready to hear her out.

My mom taught me how a mother is supposed to be and I will always thank her for that, no matter what happens from here on in.

“What matters is how many times your mom has been there for you no matter what; even though sometimes you might not want her help or advice, she’s still waiting patiently until you’re ready to hear her out,” my dad would always say. And it was true: he had never stopped loving us despite our mistakes.

My mom taught me how a mother is supposed to be and I will always thank her for that, no matter what happens from here on in.”What matters is how many times your mom has been there for you no matter what; even though sometimes you might not want her help or advice, she’s still waiting patiently until you’re ready to hear her out,” my dad would always say. And it was true: he had never stopped loving us despite our mistakes.

That hug when we were sad, the goodnight story before bedtime or just an occasional head pat as we talked about something important- these are the things that make up who my mom is to me and they’ll last forever. That doesn’t mean she’s perfect: she’s still a human being just like me and everyone else, but I could always talk to her about anything.

“I love you no matter what,” she would say right before we hung up the phone, “and don’t ever forget that.” It was reassuring in its own way; my mom taught me how a mother is supposed to be and I will always thank her for that, no matter what happens from here on in.

In the end, my mom was right: it is just as important to take care of oneself. Remembering that I am loved because I’m a person and not for anything else has helped me do just that- in this house with its creaking floors and sprawling rooms, there are no more ghosts or monsters from before; we’re all free here now, even if my dad doesn’t want us to be.

I love you Mom.” This article is about how much she means to her daughter when they have conversations on the phone together. Her mother taught her what being a mother should look like by showing unconditional love despite mistakes made throughout life.

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By Ethan Devid

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