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Inheritance

It took me long to accept my parents inheritance, I was always opposed to their values and personalities when I was young. Most of them, at least.
They've always valued family, I've preferred my friends.
They've chosen home, I've chosen traveling.
My mother is a housewife, my father an entrepeneur, I'm a teacher.
My mother likes VIP gossip, my father talked only about business, I'm an intellectual.
My mother is catholic, my father bended towards spiritism, I'm becoming more and more a budist.
Despite the obvious conflicts, I've started changing after my father's passing away. I catch myself using his teachings a lot, especially when I have to face the crude world outside, actually, I behave exactly like him whenever I am in a negotiation moment. He has always told me "go and check", which I used to consider boring, but now I insist untill I feel there's really no other way.
The relationship between my mother and I has been marked by competition, but as she grows old and more and more dependent on me, I'm managing to play my role without putting her in a humiliating place, which is operating miracles! Now I can recognise that her love for the arts defined a great deal of my choices and sensitivity.
I'm also realising that this kind of "cure" influences on my other relationships, because I don't look for strength outside home anymore, nor reassurence or even love. I feel a greater sense of integrity.

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No matter what we may 'like' to think, I believe we become more like our parents the older we become. We notice more and more of them in us all the time. One thing I was certain of when younger was that I was nothing like my dad, I seem to be turning into him with age. We are, at the end of the day, a product of our parents, so maybe it shouldn't come as quite a surprise to us - it still does though. One can choose their friends, but one cannot choose their family or their neighbours!
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I really relate to this. As I get older, my relationship with my parents and my view of my childhood changes. When I stopped looking for their validation, I was able to make more meaningful decisions for myself. I'm sorry for the loss of your father, and I'm glad you and your mom have been able to find a common ground.
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draenog.jon
Inheritance
It took me a long time to accept my parents ' inheritance, I was always opposed to their values and personalities when I was young. [Well,] Most of them, at least.
They
've always valued family, I 've preferred my friends.
They
've chosen chose home, I've chosen traveling travelling .
My mother is a housewife, my father an
entrepeneur entrepreneur , I'm a teacher.
My mother likes VIP gossip, my father talked only about business, I'm an intellectual.
My mother is catholic, my father
bended tended towards spiritism (spiritualism ??) , I'm becoming leaning more and more a budist towards Buddhism .
Despite the obvious conflicts, I
've started changing after my [ father's passing ]/ [father passed away ] . I catch myself using his teachings a lot, especially when I have to face the crude cruel world outside , actually . Actually , I behave exactly like him whenever I am in a negotiation moment . He has always told me "go and check", which I used to consider boring, but now I insist untill [ on doing so] until I feel there 's really is no other way.
The relationship between my mother and I has been marked by competition, but as she grows old and more and more dependent on me, I'm managing to play my role without putting her in a humiliating place, which is
operating working miracles! Now I can recognise that it is her love for the arts that has defined a great deal of my choices and sensitivity sensitivities .
I'm also realising that this kind of "cure"
(realisation ??) [ influences on ]/[impacts upon] my other relationships, because I don't look for strength outside of home anymore any more , nor reassurence for reassurance or even love. I feel a [much] greater sense of integrity.
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Bettina.Tamesis
Inheritance
It took me a long time to accept my parents parent's inheritance , . I was always opposed to their values and personalities when I was young . Most , or at least most of them , at least .
They
've always valued family, while I 've preferred my friends.
They
've chosen chose home, while I 've chosen chose traveling.
My mother is a housewife,
and my father an entrepeneur entrepreneur , while I 'm a am teacher.
My mother likes
VIP to gossip, and my father talked only about business, while I'm an intellectual.
My mother is
catholic Catholic , and my father bended leans towards spiritism spiritualism , while I'm becoming more and more a budist Buddhist .
Despite the obvious conflicts, I've started changing after my father
's passing passed away. I catch myself using his teachings a lot, especially when I have to face the crude world outside , actually . Actually , I behave exactly like him whenever I am in a negotiation moment need to negotiate . He has always told me to "go and check", which I used to consider boring, but now I insist untill until I feel there's really no other way.
The relationship between my mother and I has been marked by competition
, but . But as she grows old and more and more dependent on me, I 'm managing manage to play my role without putting humiliating her in a humiliating place , which is operating miracles working wonders ! Now I can recognise recognize that her love for the arts defined a great deal of my choices , and my sensitivity.
I'm also
realising realizing that this kind of "cure" influences on my other relationships, because I don't look for strength outside home anymore , nor reassurence reassurance or even love outside home anymore . I feel a greater sense of integrity.
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