Have you ever told you parents that you love them?

@nach98 (24)
March 20, 2008 6:40pm CST
Reading a discussion that talked about "I love you" and friends I asked myself but it is not only your friends who you should say I love you but to your parents. Maybe you feel a little embarrased but maybe one day something happens and you will say to yourself my parents were great; they always helped me in what I wanted, they wanted the best for me, they gave me money, they had a lot of patience with me and when I became a teenager I started to feel as if my parents were just in my way (don`t do that, don`t go out, study) but they wanted the best for you. Most of the people as teenagers have never said to there parents "I love you" and if you think about if an accident occurs or some tragic thing happens, you will feel bad because although your parents know that you love them, you never should it or tried to hide it, and you will feel bad. Maybe when you read this, you will call your parents and tell them that you love them. Thank you
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@danzer (2732)
• Philippines
20 Mar 08
In these time and age, we seldom hear children telling their parents that they love them. I for one doesn't tell them much that I love them. I just do it with actions: caring for them, prepare something for them, and buying them what they need!
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• United States
21 Mar 08
This was a good post. I hope it really makes people think that arent close to their parents. Hopefully it will make them want to better thier relationship with their parents if they dont have such good relationships. I'm pretty close with my parents and I love them dearly.