Last Friday night, my husband and older son had a car accident. A sports car cut my husband off attempting to make a left turn from the middle lane on a one way street. My husband ended up crashing into a house. My husbands 4×4 was not badly damaged at all, luckily for us. However, the home ended up with a sizable hole. The sports car took off without checking on my son or husband. It was pretty scary to see that happened. I called my mother in law about her son’s car accident. She was terrified about this, she and I were concerned about my husband’s car accident. I could not imagine how that happened! How horrific! I told myself that I did not want to know or hear about that happened. When my son texted me about the car accident, he told me that everything was okay. And he said that it was no big deal. I was relieved! I just wanted to be there for my son and my husband, but I was thankful that they were okay. My mother in law called to see if her son (my husband) was okay; she was worried that he had not called her back. Finally, he called back and told her that he was okay. My mother in law texted me back, she said that my husband was okay. We both felt better when her son (my husband) and my son were okay. *Based on a true story*
I am writing a post about 6 things to remember when your parents are here for you because you may not want to forget when your parents are there for you no matter what. It’s very important that you remember how your parents care about you and that they love you. Let’s start with 6 things to remember when your parents are here for you.
6 Things To Remember When Your Parents Are Here For You
- Your Parents Are Good Listeners. Did you remember when you were teenager, you had some problems with your friends at school? Your parents listened to you when you shared your feelings. They are understanding as long as they are open-minded. You should remember that you feel satisfied because you are glad that your parents are here to help you.
- Your Parents Are Good Advisers. Since you have some problems with your family, friends, or coworkers, you come to your parents for their advice. It’s because you know they only want whats best for you and you remember how good your parents are. You have some good feelings when your parents are wise when giving you some advice.
- Your Parents Are Good Leaders. When you look up to your parents, you know that they are great leaders in the family because they know a lot of things about their responsibilities and they learned from their experiences in their life. They have good thoughts and seek to solve any problems, big or small. You should remember how they can help you to solve problems when you need them.
- Your Parents Are Good Supporters. Do you remember when you were teenager and had football game or volleyball game at your school? Have your parents been there for you and supported you? If so, that’s good to remember when your parents are great supporters. They are going to your games for you to support you no matter what. Otherwise, if you have to go to court for some reason, they would go with you and be sure that you know they support your side. Nothing’s changed your parents’ minds, they still be here for you.
- Your Parents Are Good Caregivers. Do you remember when you were sick? Were your parents there to take care of you? If that’s affirmative, you should be proud of and appreciate your parents taking care of you whether you are sick or you have health problems.
- Your Parents Are Good Teachers. Do you remember when your parents teach you to take care of your pet or organize the stuff in your room? I guess, you might be likely to say yes. It’s good to remember what your parents teach you whatever interests you. While your parents teach you how to organize your important things or how to save money, you should be happy to know what you learn more from them because they are your teachers.
Now, you remember how your parents are here for you. If you are a parent or soon-to-be parent, you should be here for your child so she or he will remember. Which one of the things do you remember about when your parents are there for you?