A friend and I were discussing our children last week. I was commenting on what good father's and husbands my sons had turned out to be. I also said how it worried me because my daughters seemed to have a harder time forming relationships. She said that she believed it was because they had the love of a good mom, so the my son's felt secure and knew how to love. Yet my daughters had a father that was absent a lot and that they felt insecure in their relationship with him. I found that interesting to think about. I grew up with a very distant father who I felt never really liked me very much. I have this craving inside for unconditional love, for being loved for just me. I married young and wonder if I would have done better at heal had I waited until I had healed from that first relationship. Now I am having to heal from another man who I felt never really loved me for just me. Hum just some thoughts.
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