Never complain about what your parents couldn’t give you. It was probably all they had.

Never complain about what your parents couldn't give you. It was probably all they had.
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  1. Adam Demiri says:

    Marcus Tullius Cicero was a Roman philosopher, politician, lawyer, orator, political theorist, consul, and constitutionalist. He came from a wealthy municipal family of the Roman equestrian order, and was one of Rome’s greatest orators and prose stylists

  2. Le Smitty says:

    -unless that parent(s) was a narcissist. Then it is best to give yourself the gift of healing.

  3. Kiki Ruzic says:

    Lilly Cvetovac blessed to have everything and anything that I did! Grateful!

  4. 1st one gave me the creeps..

  5. Or they could’ve saw that they couldn’t afford children and not had any.

  6. I always get sth i want by myself no matter how long it takes n i love my parents too

  7. Sonja Kallio says:

    Mia I love you mom!!
    Rakastan sinua äippä! <3

  8. Tii Fa says:

    Sometimes they don’t see that it is important to give you something .. but in fact it is.

  9. whoever resonates with this is fortunate enough to have good parents, too bad the world is far from perfect.

  10. Mary Verdon says:

    We had nothing .but we survived they sheltered us if they got any thing they shared and gave us the best gift of all they loved us .

  11. Tezza Wilkie says:

    I got what I needed
    They got what they wanted at our expense

  12. Jodi Marie says:

    Word…can’t give what ya don’t got…& children teach what their taught

  13. Nora O'Keefe says:

    I’m sorry. Hope you’ve found a good life.

  14. I have d best mum and dad in world,,my mum worked hard all her life to give us everything and most of all love ❤ there still here today and there the best ,and they are great grandparents to ,love the bones of them xxx

  15. true whether material or emotional

  16. I was adopted at birth by people with plenty of money, well off actually. the “MOM” was so narcissistic my being born bi-polar with some physical issues were taking attention from her and she kept me in the house so as not to draw “negative” attention. to this day I still would do anything for some genuine affection from her,my mom. i’m 56 and she is 82. not going to happen. she actually told people that I, as a 12 mo. old, started pulling away from her because the 12 mo old baby just wasn’t right, there was something wrong with her. then blamed me my whole life (to this day) for my hereditary problems. being that they were financially well off it must have been the 12 mo old baby, not the mother, right? HUMANS go figure. I started running away at 8 looking for some sort of human affection. I had to say f… them to save myself. I did a pretty good job. I finally got the loving family I made when I reached 33.

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