Self #341

“The most difficult journey any of us ever take in our adulthood is the return to our parents’ house. A home visit makes us recall all of the childhood events that formed us. Returning home reacquaints us with family members and our former self.”

Kilroy J. Oldster

En Español

“El viaje más difícil que cualquiera de nosotros lleve en nuestra adultez es el regreso a la casa de nuestros padres. Una visita al hogar nos hace recordar todos los eventos infantiles que nos formaron. Regresar a casa nos vuelve a conocer con los miembros de nuestra familia y con nosotros.

Kilroy J. Oldster

2 thoughts on “Self #341

  1. I guess it can be difficult even if you had a healthy nurturing childhood because they are not with you forever and if you had a non nurturing / estranged childhood moving from place to place such as me, it feels very un clear and mixed emotions just like the mixed messages i received as a child

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    1. I completely get what you are saying my childhood was something like that, a little bit more painful but something like that, always moving, never in one place, did not had friends and much more. Thank you for sharing, it truly means a lot to me

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