I would really like to have a mom
I’m a 19 year old guy, my mom died of cancer in 2008, I grew up around a decent dad, but still, a dad and a mom aren’t the same, women are better at showing emotions.. also, my dad is like a character straight out of a Western movie, he’s very rough.
I’m friends with a woman who is 14 years older than me, I was originally attracted to her because she’s really cute. She’s nice to me, nice and caring,
sometimes I look at her and think ”I wish she was my mom”. I don’t want to make her uncomfortable though and i just tell her that I love her like an older sister and she gets emotional every time I say that.
This may sound awkward, but I really want a mother figure because I grew up without one. I’d genuinely like to have a mom.
- Oh honey this broke my heart. As a mama I always wish I could just adopt everyone who needs mom. I grew up without one parent and it’s hard. It might not be much but if you ever need someone to talk to I’d be happy to be a long distance mama. Sending you lost of love ❤️ and I’m proud of you.
- I’m 23f, my mother passed from when cancer when I was young, 3 years old, 2003. There are times I cry hard in my car or myself to sleep. The only thing I want is my mother to hold me and tell me everything’s alright. She is the only person, thing, that I feel could cure my sadness, loneliness inside, and make me feel everything will be alright. She’s the only one who can take this sadness inside and fill me with safety, true love, and acceptance. Motherly love is once in a life time and longing for her never seizes. When I have children of my own, I will fill them with every ounce of what I never had, what my mother never had the chance to give, what I never had the chance of receiving. My heart goes out to you.
- I can sympathize, lost my mother at 17, I’m 54 now. Do what I didn’t, go get some therapy if you can and talk about all of this. I had a great older sister who is a pretty darn good substitute for talking and sharing, but I learned to cope the hard way. I was too ashamed to admit I missed my mom when I was in my 20’s, I wish I had sought therapy. I hope you find some peace.
- Hey I can relate, our moms left in the same year OP, I’m sure they’re good friends up there :))) they really left us abit too early eh