8 things you need to tell your parents at least once

For us there is no one dearer and more parents. In addition to her upbringing, mom and dad give us more and that is true happiness of every human being is love, care, affection and support.

Sometimes we get so addicted to the work that we forget to once again thank them or to say how much we love them and appreciate. But it is never too late to approach him with my feelings.

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I wish my parents know all this before it is too late

  1. I think about you every day
    Even when I’m busy and drowning in some matters of vital importance — I always think of you.
    I know sometimes it may seem that I’m not keen to stay in touch, but you are always in my thoughts. You are my own flesh and blood, and I feel both of you in his soul.
  2. I sincerely thank you for everything you’ve done for me
    You know, I don’t tell you this, but I am extremely grateful to you for everything.
    Even little things are not unnoticed by me, and I never forget to mentally thank you, even if I forget to say it out loud.
    As much as I paid all my taxes without you, dad? How would I have learned to treat a broken heart without your help, mom? I appreciate every single kind gesture, because I know you love me more than anything.
  3. I love you more than anything
    I try to talk to you about it more often, but those words still can’t convey how much I love you. I’m so happy that you are always ready to lend a hand, whatever way I choose.
    Even when you are not around, my ability to cope with difficulties will remain with me, thanks to you. I love you — remember that.
  4. I know you sacrificed many things for their children
    And I can’t imagine how complicated these sacrifices were for you. To have children — so cherish them more than themselves: this means to put their needs above their own and to always make decisions based on what is best for them.
    I can’t even just quietly think about what you may someday wonder whether, if I appreciate all that you had to sacrifice to make my life better.
  5. I became a good person, thanks to parents like you
    I must thank you for what I became: a strong-willed and confident. You’re a force to be reckoned with, I admire your kindness, the fire that burns in you, and compassion.
    You taught me to love, fight and believe in yourself. If I were the other parents, I wouldn’t be who are now.
    I’m sure you know how much I love you and I respect you as parents. But I want you to know that I respect you as people. You — the people I equal, my spiritual mentors and my heroes.
  6. I very much miss you
    To be away from home — a huge loss for my heart. My desire to live in new York has nothing to do with how much I love you. I’m constantly homesick and sometimes fantasize what life would be like if I lived closer to family.
    I miss you, but I also understand that you want me to follow my dreams and built my life in this fantastic city.
  7. I have nightmares where I lose you
    You know, I must face the truth — you won’t be with me forever and I will face life without you. I constantly have nightmares that I lose both of you.
    I want you to know how much you mean to me. I know that when you leave, daughter, you outgrowth be strong enough to continue to live, but I will never be the same and it is important that you know that.
  8. I won’t say goodbye, say goodbye
    Even when you leave this world you will forever stay with me. I often need to remind myself about it. You may not be around physically but you will forever remain in my heart.
    For life I want to remember little, insignificant things and keep these pieces of you in my memory. It’s a little comforting, because it reminds me that when we lose those we love, they never disappear completely.