Parent—Child: Filtered thoughts and untold meanings
This will kinda end up as a personal challenge. Sort of. [For those who are parents: What would you like to say for your child? Your dreams for them, your expectations, has there been disappointment? Was there a time your child had done something you aren't completely okay with, and had you told them you forgive them? Which experience did you your child rebelled so much? Why do you think they rebelled? Did they ever rebelled against you? How many times did you cried for your child? Any mistakes you didn't notice up until now unless you contemplate on it? How much do you think you know them well?] [For those who were once a child and those who's not yet a parent: What are the words you couldn't tell to your parents? Did you slipped your tongue and wasn't supposed to say those words? How many times did you keep it in until your feelings burst? What do you want to show them? Has there been disappointment in your part? Have you forgiven them? How much do you understand your parents? How much do you think you know them well?] So how much of those questions and answers conveyed in real life? Both positive and negative thoughts. Here's another challenge, the personal part. If there was, and your feelings aren't properly conveyed to them, slowly and gently communicate. This challenge is just an emotional trash dumping. Dump your craps here then tell those things to them, in a good approach. However, it's your choice to follow it through the end. I'll be dumping mine too.
Ended August 13, 2022 • 2 Entries • Created by Evnoia_Emi