Forgive Mom and Dad Day 2023 is on Saturday, March 18, 2023: dad and daughter help?
Saturday, March 18, 2023 is Forgive Mom and Dad Day 2023.
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im so sorry for your loss,your dad should understand that you lost your mother ,he should be more caring.i know how you dont wanna lose your dad as well thats why u want him to forgive you.if you fear or feel embarassed talking to him face to face,i suggest you write him a letter,if hes busy doing something you just go to him and ask him if he needs any help,this would be an apology and he will understand it.im sure he feels bad for hurting you as well,but hes a father, and parents dont apologize most of the time,but hes feeling bad as well im sure. dont fear going back home,just go back home,dont worry he will not kick you out over a small fight. good luck to you
how do i forgive my dad for cheating on my mom.?
Sweetie, I do agree that if your mother forgave him, she should have kept it between the 2 of them. That's supposed to be common sense unless one wants to traumatize their child. In any case.. you know now. I agree in that you and your dad should see a counselor/therapist together. Otherwise, this situation could last for many years. You are father and daughter and you obviously can't help but love each other. Goodness forbid anything happen to your father one day. Truthfully, you might regret never being able to forgive him. Let me emphasize.. you need to see a counselor/therapist together unless you want this feeling you have to last forever.
Should my mom be forgiven for abusing me as a child?
YES, forgive your mom, not because she deserves forgiveness, but because the bible says forgive so that your father in heaven will forgive you for your shortcomings. She may never accept responsibility for what she did, and trust me, she knows what she did was completely wrong, and she may never apologize, but you have to forgive her for yourself, so that you don't become bitter and hard hearted. Just know that it was wrong, and even though she may have a reason for why she did it, it still was not an excuse. No excuses for the evil things she did. Don't do it to your kids. She is making excuses for what she did when she says 'well, you were naughty'. Your dad should be held responsible also to a degree because he should have got you out of that situation. They were both selfish.....forgive them. Trust me, she knows that what she did was not 'okay'. It probably hurts her also. You just never know what goes on in somebody's head. You forgive THEM, because your dad was NOT innocent in this, and it doesn't mean you have to like her, you can still be distant, but not angry. Sometimes we have to let people in our lives go, doesn't mean we don't love them, but we don't like the things they did or do. I don't think I would let her be around her grandchildren alone either, at least until she admits verbally that it was wrong and proclaim that she would never do that again. WWJD? Go with God. I feel your pain.