Essay about Mothers: Mother and Children

Submitted By tony-nicholson
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Tony Nicholson
Mr. Nixon
September 18, y
There is nothing in this world that comes close to having love that a mother has for her children. For most women, being a mother naturally comes to them. As the duty of a mother, women must start carrying their children way before they are even born and then continue to take care for them until they reach the age where they could take care of their self. Mothers go above and beyond to make sure that their children are safe and happy. Mothers typically receive more credit for raising children than fathers do because they put their children before anything else, including their own comfort and happiness.
Mother’s unconditional love for their children is the thing that drives them to sacrifice everything for them. It is not an easy task to describe the feelings that a mom has toward her children. It is a great thing that person has to experience for their self. In order for a child to be successful, he or she needs either the visible or background encouragement of the mother throughout their childhood. They are not only the support of their children, but they also hold the whole family structure together.
Mothers usually go through some type of difficulties with their children when they reach a certain age. It is usually around the age when teenagers start rebelling against parents. The responsibility of raising a needy new born or a teenager always comes with a lot of frustrations. Despite this, they will love their children no matter