To the Children of Imperfect Parents — 6 Comments

  1. I had a lot of anger issues with my parents. Working with a very good therapist when I was in my 30s, I was able to come to understand that they did the best they knew how to do. You have to get a license and demonstrate that you know the basics in order to drive a car, but no license is required to become a parent.

    To my own children: I did the best I knew how. I tried to avoid my parents’ mistakes, but I’m sure I made others. Just know that I loved you from the moment I knew you were there, and I will always love you.

    • I so appreciate you taking the time to address the “What about you” section,” Phyllis.
      I am glad you got some help. I will pray that God will continue His healing process. Please let me (and/or other readers) know how you’re doing so that we can support and pray for you.

      AND I especially love your words to your kids.
      Thanks again for your comment.

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