I ask because I'm a young 18 year old guy who's mother committed suicide after she gave birth to me. All my life, I just never had a mother figure and as much I hate to admit it, I feel kinda emotionally hurt because I sometimes feel like I'm unwanted by women. :(
Also, my father wasn't really much of a father to mean. He'll occasionally stop by to provide a fewimportant things for me but me and him never had connection.
I apologize for not "manning up" or being "weak" about it but I just had a really tough life and grew up with confidence issues.
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when you find someone who loves you for who you are and accepts you with all you have or don't it wouldn't matter. Sorry to hear about your circumstances though. My both parents are still around and they were together when I was born, but for some reason which I am still not aware of I was given away to my grandparents. The grands were the best and very decent people, I saw my parents twice a month or so up until I turned 7 then I was given back to my parents and I also had a younger sibling - we fought a lot out of my 34 yo I spent all up 7 years living at my parents house - it was not fun for me as I was a stranger in their world I used to run away a lot and shortly ended up in a boarding school - back to seeing them on a regular basis and then I went overseas to leave for good - without any regrets of not seeing them often. I keep in touch with my family on same regular basis - few times a week... it does leave scars and make you wonder for very long time... but eventually things fall into place for you... If there are anyone who you truly respect and look up to - stick around whether a male or female, you can learn from them, but also be mindful of your own values. It is very hard to be on your own and to deal with life without any guidance. All you can do is to be the best you can and try to not hurt anyone. Wishing you all the best0