Hey guys! Welcome back. Today I wanted to talk about love. More specifically, unconditional love and what it means to me. I believe you can (and should) love everyone. But that doesn’t mean you have to love them unconditionally. Every relationship has expectations. Every person in a relationship has wants and needs they expect to be fulfilled.

I believe that unconditional love is only truly expected in one situation. Unconditional love is meant for children. Children should be loved unconditionally. You should love your children regardless. You shouldn’t look for what is in it for you. You shouldn’t judge their decisions. You shouldn’t compare them to one another. Each one is their own and should be treated that way. No child should feel unloved or loved with stipulations. Children should be free to be themselves and feel loved for it.

Your children are a precious gift and you should cherish that. Love your children unconditionally. I know what it is like to grow up with parents that don’t love me unconditionally. It’s not the best feeling. I never went out of my way to do anything wrong. I was a good kid, I made good grades, and I always helped when I could. But I think a part of my parents just weren’t ready. And I don’t know that they are now.

Love is something we all desire to feel. We want to be accepted for who we are no matter what. And the two people we expect, and should receive that from, is our parents. It is no child’s fault and no child deserves to be unloved. Children deserve a fighting chance and it all begins with the parents. This is just my opinion. It’s not advice or any kind of bashing on anyone.

I hope you enjoyed this. Please like it if you did and follow if you’re not already. And I will see you next time!


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