Four life Lessons I learned From My Mother

Throughout our lives, we learn. We learn how to be better, and we learn new skills. But what matters most is what our mothers teach us. They have a special kind of goodness and surround us with all their love. Here are four lessons my mother taught me, for which I’m truly grateful!

Four life lessons I learned from my mother

1. Family comes first

A mother knows how important it is to spend quality time together. No matter how busy we are, we have to make time for family activities. Whether we’re talking about game night or dinners, the outcome is the same. All we really have in this world are our families. Our parents teach us how beautiful the world can be. Siblings teach us how to share everything, from food to love. Our grandparents teach us what unconditional love is, and our aunts and uncles show us rules can be bent.

Even specialists such as Dr. Sunderland tell us that spending quality time together is beneficial.“ Repeated daily good connections between parent and child foster what is known as secure attachment or resilience.”

2. It’s okay to make mistakes

In reality, everybody makes mistakes. No matter how much we try, sometimes it’s inevitable because it may be a new situation, and we don’t know how to respond to it.  Nobody is perfect, but the most important thing is that we have the power to admit it. Everything can be fixed, forgiven, and began again.

3. Life is hard sometimes

You won’t find two people in this world treating you the same, and that’s perfectly ok. Life is unfair, and we need to accept that. No matter how mistreated you feel or how cruel the world around you gets, you need to keep your head up. You need to know that you are good enough, and as long as you do everything you can to make it right, then your job is done.

4. Love is unconditional

Everything is about love, as it can take many forms. Mothers offer the most genuine kind of love. No matter what we do or what we say, we can always count on them. Even in those moments when we can’t look in the mirror, our moms are there for us. Making us see how beautiful we are, forgiving everything, and erasing the past.

We need to learn to value or mothers, our families, and our whole lives. Everything happens for a reason in this world, and as long as we learn something from every experience, then nothing can bring us down!

Now, go thank your mom for all the wonderful lessons she taught you!

About Edith Russo

Edith is a self-made entrepreneur with a keen business sense that others admire and a total “can-do” attitude. She’s always coming up with new ideas to anticipate her readers’ needs and help solve all their toughest beauty and skincare problems