Loving your child isn’t enough. 🙁
I said what I said and it needed to be said.
My son is only 8 months old, I am in NO way an expert on parenting or motherhood. Nor will I ever claim to be. ☝️
For the majority of my life I believed I was “unlovable” especially from the ones in my immediate family. It wasn’t until my adult life that I actually felt love from my family, and understood they loved me all along.
If you are a parent, I KNOW that you absolutely LOVE your child and would do anything for them….
I challenge you as hard as it may be, do they feel it? Not do YOU feel it. But do THEY?🤷♀️
I’ve heard too many stories this past month to keep quiet… of teen suicide, even as young as the age of ten. Why does our youth not feel loved? 😔
Feeling love for someone and implementing that love correctly are two different things. ✌️
When it comes to marital relationships it is often discussed about what love languages are and discovering your spouse’s love language to love them the way they feel love and want to be loved.
Have you done the same relationship audit when it comes to your kid(s)? 🥰
These are the 5 love languages, what does your kid(s) need from you?🙏
Words of Affirmation – to hear how amazing they are
Quality Time – one-on-one time with you
Acts of Service – helping them with their tasks
Gifts – something simple and thoughtful on their pillow
Touch – cuddle up to a good movie or book
I challenge you to spend the upcoming month of LOVE helping your family feel the most love possible. ❤️
Life is too short for anyone to feel unloved!