I'm a pessimist, but I'll give it a try, since My DD doesnt "like me" right now, and it could be good therapy! :
My 15 year old , DD Is extremely good at art, drawing anime comics (Japanese), she is a great writer of poems, songs , plays, and stories. She is pretty , Sings beautifully, has the ability to be funny and talks allot, she reads well above her years (thanks to me) is pretty confident, I hope she finds the "drive" to do well in life, and use her talents to her advantage.
As an adult (who probably has ADD, but in denial) I can talk allot (like a professional!) with a good personality, I can get along with anyone and any social click, I am talented and crafty, I am a very good friend, I can bake real good and love to share my sweets so others can enjoy them.
That was kind-of enlightening , I think we have to remember sometimes that we are (apart from being a mom ,wife etc.) just our own sevles.View Thread
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