Being a mom

Being a mom is no easy job. You care for them from the time their little and on into adulthood. Being a mom never stops. I came here today to write because as a mom going through a difficult time with one of my children I am struggling. I have this constant worry that won’t go away its eating me alive from my soul outward. I can’t stop the thoughts im my head, there is no peace in my soul. A constant ache and I am helpless to stop it. I came here because once long ago there was a place called thoughts.com and that place got me through some of the most difficult times in my life, writing helps.

8 thoughts on “Being a mom”

  1. {{{{💜Monica&Family 💜}}}}

    You are so right about how our caring and worries as mothers never end. But we do look forward to the day when we can sit back and see that our children are on a good path and we can put some of those worries aside. Well….we THINK those days will come.
    I am sorry you are going through something with one of your children.

    My advice would be…..and knowing someone like you most likely doesn’t need it…..but I would tell anyone…double up on the love. Give that child more of your love in this moment because they need it more. Assure them you will always be there anytime they need you. Sometimes they need to go through things on their own. Respect their process and again….let them know they are loved and needed. Throw in those extra long hugs too.
    I know I wanted to wrap my arms around my sons and protect them forever from all hurts that are out there in this world.

    If you need an ear…..I am here.

    Sending prayers 🙏🏼

      1. You can never love your children too much. I start my days with prayers …which 99% are all for my sons. AND….through out the day I send positive energy to them. Of course they don’t know this…..but I will do this most likely forever 💜
        Our children hurt….we hurt. And depending on their age….and if there is or was anything I was able to do for them…I did it and will do. There is no set end date for that.
        Stay strong.

  2. I have spent a lot of the past few decades worrying about my children … 3 of the 5 are doing well; 1 is trying and making progress … 1 is really struggling. I am trying to learn to chill out and just be supportive and listen and not take on all of the stresses that their lives could generate in me. So, I understand at least some of what you are going through.

    Robert

    P.S. CrashingAngel is a pretty cool name.

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