Which family member you scare the most?

@paigegal (438)
United States
June 3, 2007 8:38am CST
I scare or afraid of my mum the most, but at the same time, I love my mum so much! Weird? My mum is the only family member who will actually scold and beat me. My dad is quite 'nothing' with what I did. Although my mum used to scold me when I was young, I love my so much and we are now more like friend than mother-daughter!
3 people like this
7 responses
• India
4 Jun 07
When,i was a child i afraid my father the most than my moher,Now the situation is totally changed.My ,now dad is like a close friend to me.
2 people like this
@paigegal (438)
• United States
4 Jun 07
Wow.. glad to hear that. Keep up the relationship with your dad and also your mum. ^^
2 people like this
• Philippines
5 Jun 07
it is the same with me. i was always afraid of my father so much while i was still little. but when i have reached maturity, i understood him better and we did get along well. my love for my mother though has always remained so much more than that for my dad's.
1 person likes this
@olyngurl (149)
• Philippines
5 Jun 07
I am scared of my dad.. He is very strict and dicipline.. He doesn't like too noisy son ang daughter.. He's very organized unlike us.. Whenever he is at home I tried to stay at my room for the whole time.. =(
1 person likes this
@paigegal (438)
• United States
6 Jun 07
Please, don't be like that. Maybe you're too young since some dad usually strict to their young kids for their own sake. If you're about 16 years old, I think you should talk to your dad, just try to talk.. it will helps. ^^ Good luck with that.
1 person likes this
• Philippines
5 Jun 07
the father is supposed to be the disciplinarian of the house. however, if the father fails to do this, the wise mother will immediately take over the cudgels of imposing discipline and order in the house. at home, my father is the primary disciplinarian. however, since he is always away attending conferences and seminars of sorts, my mother always takes over the task whenever my father is away. yet, even then, we still love our mother a lot better that our father. the mothers have this magic hovering above them when it comes to winning the kids love and sympathy over.
@paigegal (438)
• United States
6 Jun 07
Um.. I think it is normal for you to think that you love your mother better than your father. It is quite normal to hear that since most of my friend said that too. ^^ Anyway, just want to let all the fathers in this world know that we as your children, LOVE you so much too!
1 person likes this
@gr8life (6253)
• Malaysia
5 Jun 07
I was afraid of my dad last time. He was very strict but I loved him so much. Now, I only have a mother. She is such a kind and good mother. I love my parents so much.
@paigegal (438)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Sorry to hear that you only have mother now. Anyway, I'm really glad to hear that you love your parents so much! Honestly, many teenagers nowadays don't really appreciate their parents. haiz..
1 person likes this
• Philippines
5 Jun 07
this will have to be my dad. i am scared of him whenever he is angry. he has a loud voice and i really tremble whenever he shouts. he never really shouts directly at me but when he does shout at other people. my dad is a very good man but when his patience is tested, he can be very mean.
1 person likes this
@paigegal (438)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Most dad seems to be like that but not mine for sure. My dad is kind of more soft person. Anyway, I'm sure your dad love you so much since everyday parents love their children. ^^ Thanks for your response.
1 person likes this
@guolong (57)
• China
3 Jun 07
I have the same situation with you ,I love my mother very much now,especially after I left my family for my college.
1 person likes this
@paigegal (438)
• United States
3 Jun 07
Good to hear that! Hooray for mummy!! ^^
1 person likes this
@Lydia1901 (16354)
• United States
6 Jun 07
Well, that is so good for you then. I am scare of my stepmother. Because she was and still never nice to me at all. She just made my life a living hell when I was growing up.