I think I shall begin to say A heartfelt and sincere, Apology to my dear folks To whom I hold so dear. I flashback to my younger years, And struggle to recall, The innocence that I portrayed,
I adore you, and there is nothing you could possibly do to change that. When you spoke your first word, when you walked your first steps, I was your biggest supporter and fan.
With every developmental milestone you reached, I reveled in joy and celebration. You taught me the meaning of love—true, unconditional love. You have your own personality, your own thoughts and opinions, and your own sense of humor.
You have your own interests, your own talents, and your own way of doing things. I celebrate your individuality and uniqueness and am so honored to be part of your life. As you continue to grow and become an adult, you will live your own life. You will have times of happiness and times of disappointment.
You will fall in love, and you will have your heart broken. Life has its ups and downs and is not always fair, but I know your strength and resilience will see you through.
May you always know your worth and how incredibly precious you are!
As your mom, it is my privilege to impart these important truths to you. Be true to yourself always. There is no one else like you, so allow your uniqueness to shine through.
You never need to change who you are for someone else. You are magnificent exactly as you are. Figure out what makes you happy and pursue it. Your fulfillment is what I want, and it will come from following your dreams and living a life that has meaning and purpose for you.
Laugh at yourself when you make mistakes. You get only one life, so enjoy it to the fullest. Love and accept yourself unconditionally. You will always have yourself even when friends come and go, so make it your best relationship. The way you treat yourself will show others how to treat you, so treat yourself like you would your own best friend.
Be kind, respectful, and loving to yourself no matter what. Take big, bold risks! You can accomplish great things by taking risks. Living life too cautiously and keeping the status quo will leave you with regrets.
Get outside of your comfort zone and watch as that comfort zone expands. The more risks you take, the easier it becomes. You will meet someone one day with whom you fall head over heels in love and want to spend the rest of your life.
Their gender, race, religion, and culture are irrelevant to me. As long as you are loved, respected, and treated well, I will always be happy with your choice.
And, last but certainly not least, Know that I love you and will always be there for you. You are my son and always will be.Advice for parents: how to say goodbye when your child leaves home When a child heads off to university the sense of loss can feel unbearable, but planning ahead can help you cope with this new.
An ode! There was no way I was going to serenade a fish. differentiating the advice based on a child’s age and ability to understand the loss. Knowing my son wakes up with the sun and. May 10, · Peter Meinke’s poem “Advice to My Son” uses a vast range of imagery to portray its ideas of living life to the fullest potential.
The father, possibly bereaved, is giving advice to his son. For such a brief poem, “Advice to My Son” employs an impressive array of poetic skills. The modern, seemingly casual, offhand tone artfully disguises a sophisticated use of poetic technique.
May 10, · “Advice to My Son” Commentary Leave a comment Posted by nicpoetry on May 10, Peter Meinke’s poem “Advice to My Son” uses a vast range of imagery to portray its ideas of living life to the fullest potential. How one mother keeps her teenage son close enough to guide him.
I am the mom of my thirteen year old son who is deeply entrenched in the struggle of adolescence, but so far, in a good way.