Not necessarily a "relationship" question in terms of male/female or whatever, but it involves the relationship between me and my parents..
My dad is my hero, he's hard working, supports our entire family on his own, still takes time to be a great personal role model and father figure and has raised be to be a polite, well mannered young man.
However, he and my mom divorced long ago. It's strange, because they still live together, and still help support me and my sister. They usually don't get along very well, although when were all together, sometimes they click and have these little quirky moments, you can tell they still have it for each other.
My mother is also in incredible mother, she helps me with everything, reminds me of things, always worrying to make sure I'm ok ect. I love both of my parents, but I feel a lot of guilt because I haven't been a very respectful son throughout my life, and smoking weed sort of woke me up to my bad mindset and issues with respecting the people I care about. My dad works his ass off, just to support our family and get me through school. He puts on a very happy front, but I feel deep down he may be somewhat sad. I can never thank him enough, but like I said I feel guilt over how hard this guy's life is just because he cares about our family so much.
Same with my mother, I realize deep down she's unfulfilled, sad ect. I'm just sort of stuck, I do everything I can to show my parents i'm an adult, I live on my own, and I do anything I can to help them out whenever possible, I am passing school and in very good shape. But how do I develop a positive mindset knowing that the two people I love most in my life work so hard simply to get me and my other siblings by?
I apologize for the long post, if anybody's been in a similar situation, any advice would be right on...
Edited by lightupbong, 09 September 2012 - 06:03 AM.