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March 4th, 2012, 10:08 PM
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My first born is 6 and I recently had my second. Any time I look through old photos of my first born I just cry realizing that all those years are gone. I have guilt that I didnt spend as much time with him as I should. He was a very hard headed child so we had some very hard 2-3 year range.
I should be happy that he is growing but I feel like I cant look at his photos or i will break down. Then I realized that he will be out of high school when my 2nd is just starting high school. All of this emotional future is draining me. Does anyone else have this problem?
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May 16th, 2012, 11:52 PM
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Yes. But we all have a reason why we can't give more time to our children it's just because we are doing other thing that make their living comfortable. like for example we focus on our job to earn more so that we have enough to give for them. But you don't have to worry you can still catch up and it's not too late for it. Show them that they are special to you no matter how busy you are or how little the time you can spent for them like having a family gathering or any family bonding, the important is that you're all enjoy. Don't be too emotional because it will give impact to your mental health. So be happy and enjoy your life by giving more time to your children.


wishing you all the best!
Darline
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