I used to love my mother.
It was not because she loved me, but because I loved her.
My mother is an important part of my identity, and I always tried to be her equal.
But she has been divorced four times and she is still a single mother.
My relationship with my mother is not a love affair but a partnership.
If I had had a child, my mother would not be here today.
This has affected my life and my marriage.
I love my father more than any other person.
My marriage has suffered.
He is an accountant.
He was born and raised in my house.
When I married him, he had no idea of what was going on.
We had no children, but he was the father of my children.
He worked hard for my children and I want him to be a good husband.
He does not have much to say, but I feel sorry for him.
I am not a mother’s son, but my father has been my best friend and I have had a wonderful relationship with him.
My husband and I love to cook, clean and make tea together.
My children and grandchildren are all part of the family.
They make up the most important part and my children are my life.
If my husband is not happy, he can tell me and I will always be there for him if he is not feeling well.
He has always done a great job for me and my kids, but now I want my children to have a normal life.
This is what my parents wanted for us.
If they could do it to me, they would.
I wish my parents would get on with their lives and not try to impose anything on us.
I want to thank them for all they have done for me.
I have no regrets.
My family is like a family to me.
My parents are the best of friends and they make me feel at ease.
I will never regret what they have been through.
My brother and I, who have been separated for 15 years, are still friends.
We have been together for nearly 15 years and have had many happy days together.
I would not change anything about our lives or the life we have lived together.
We will always love each other and love the world.