His Wife Storms Out Of The House Angrily And Leaves Him Alone With Their Son, 2 Days Later, She Gets This Letter.
It feels really sad if we work really hard and are not given a credit for it or are not appreciated. It happens everyday with one person, our mother. She is never appreciated for her never ending work even when she looks after the whole house, her children and forgets all her personal care. Read this letter where a husband realises what it takes to be a mother.
Returning home one evening all exhausted, all he wanted to do was watch the football match that was streaming and did not plan to get involved in any household chores or family drama. His children were screaming and the baby was yelling while his wife was trying to put him back to sleep. Irritated from all this, he turned his TV volume up. His wife was too agitated and with a very upset mood, just went and turned down his TV volume. Agitated with all this, he replied angrily: ‘I have spent the whole day working so you can stay at home playing with the doll’s house". She got upset and and an argument heated up between the two. She stormed out of the house crying, leaving him with their children.
He didn't know what to do. This man who thought he worked hard all day had now to live in the doll's house. He took a day off the next day. He couldn't handle as all he did was heating the milk, getting the child dressed, preparing meal and then running after the kids so as to feed them. He learnt that he could do nothing but look after them and could not even take a nap for a second. He experienced tantrums and learnt how difficult it is to be a mother. He wrote a letter.
A LETTER OF APPRECIATION
Exhausted and tired, he decided to write a letter to his wife. "My dear, Two days ago we had a big fight. I got home tired from work. It was 8pm and all I wanted to do was sit and watch the match. When I saw you, you were exhausted and in a bad mood. The children were fighting and the baby was crying while you were trying to put him to sleep. I just turned up the TV volume. 'It wouldn't kill you to help out a bit and get more involved in your children's upbringing,' you told me upset while you turned down the TV volume. I replied angrily: 'I have spent the whole day working so you can stay at home playing with the doll's house.' The argument went on and on. You cried because you were angry and tired. I said cruel things to you. You shouted, saying you couldn't take it any longer. You stormed out of the house crying and left me alone with the children. I had to feed the children dinner and get them ready for bed. The next day you still hadn't come back and I had to ask my boss for the day off to stay and look after the kids. I experienced the tantrums and cries. I experienced having to run around all day not having a moment free to even take a bath. I experienced having to heat the milk, get a child dressed and clean the kitchen, all at the same time. I experienced being locked up the whole day without speaking to anyone over 10 years old. I experienced not being able to sit nicely at a table to enjoy a relaxed meal in my own time, for the sake of having to run after a child. I experienced being so mentally and physically exhausted that all I wanted to do was sleep straight through for 20 hours solid, but had to wake up three hours after falling asleep because the baby was crying. I lived two days and two nights in your shoes and I can tell you, I get it. I get your tiredness. I get that being a mom is a constant sacrifice. I get that it is more exhausting than being among company big shots for 10 hours and making financial decisions. I get the frustration of giving up your profession and economic freedom so you can be there for your children. I get the uncertainty that your economic security doesn't depend on you any longer, but on your partner. I get the sacrifices you make by not going out with your friends, doing exercise or sleeping through the night. I get how difficult it can be, being locked up and having to look after children while feeling you are missing out on what's going on outside. I also get that you become upset when my mom criticizes your way of bringing up our children, because nobody knows what is best for the children like their own mother. I get that being a mom means carrying the biggest load of society. The one that nobody appreciates, values or remunerates. I write you this letter not only to let you know that I miss you, but also because I don't want another day to go by without my telling you: 'You are very brave, are doing it great and I admire you".
LEARN TO APPRECIATE
We take our loved ones for granted everytime. We cannot do even a bit of what the mistress of our houses and our mothers do for us. Not a smile leaves her tired and exhausted face because all she does is with pure love and care. If you cannot help, appreciate her efforts. She'll feel as if she is too taken care of.
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