raju raj

Rookie (09-01-1999 / tirupati)

mothers love


he relationship of a son towards both his parents is very complex. A son will likely feel a close bond with his mother, yet see his father as an adversary and competitor. When a son sees how his father interacts with his mother he will either attempt to model his father's behavior or reject his father's example of relationships with woman. From the parents' point of view, having a son can be one of the greatest joys they will ever experience but also one of the greatest challenges. Balancing the need to offer freedom to your son while placing appropriate boundaries may be an area of contention.

Source: Son Poems - Poems about Sons

Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012
Edited: Friday, August 10, 2012

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