Once you are here, it means that you want to know more.
This is for you and for your parents.
You are old enough to understand many things.
It happened so that one or both your parents went or have to go to work abroad.
You are one of the children who know what it means to wake up in the morning and see someone other than your mother or father cooking your breakfast. Or you probably cook it yourself.
You are one of the children who talk to their parents through Skype, who are taking care of their younger brothers and sisters, who are taking care of the house and keeping the courtyard clean and, besides all these, manage to do their homework for the next day.
I know how you feel. I know what you think.
And there is one more thing that I know… the separation from your parents is not forever and their absence does not mean that you are alone!
Your mother and father always think of you and are there for you. No distance will make their love disappear.
I will try to be the voice of your parents who are telling you that their love is infinite. Remember all the caresses and kisses that you once received, the kind words that your mother or father uttered to you, because they will give you courage, confidence and patience to keep going with dignity. Be sure that they care about you!
Just as you need your parents, they need your support. When you speak to your mother or father try to understand how their life is there far away. Help them understand you, discover your world, what you like, your interests and wishes. Tell them what you feel, your thoughts, how you dealt with a problem or coped with a certain situation. In spite of the distance that separates you, your spoken or written words can help you keep the parent-child relationship alive. Smile and be kind to your parents.
Don’t forget that you are special, you are unique. You are surrounded by people who care about you.
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