How to Make Your Mother Feel Special on Any Day


Whether it’s Mother’s Day or her birthday, mothers deserve nothing but the best. A mother’s kiss and embrace can turn a frown on your face into a vibrant smile. Indeed, moms are precious gifts to children. However, we sometimes fail to see her value, the message beyond her restrictions and the comfort behind her knowing look. Some of us may view her as our worst enemy when she refuses to give in to what we want. But she will stay when you need her, doing anything you ask of her if she can. Reward her for working as your mother, your friend, your defender and your comfort for 24 hours every single day without pay.

  • Set a weekly date. You can spare time within your weekend to visit her at her place and do what the both of you like. Take her out to dinner at a restaurant or another place she enjoys.

  • Call her for no reason. She might be used to taking calls from you asking her for something you need. Surprise her with random calls every other day just to remind her she is not forgotten. When a son or a daughter starts living independently, mothers often feel neglected. She’ll appreciate hearing that you are calling her because you think of her or miss her.
  • Plan a surprise visit. You can plan it together with your dad or any person with whom she lives. Go to her place and spend a weekend with her. You don’t have to wait for a special occasion just to drop by. She will be thrilled to have you home.
  • Send her packages. If you live far apart, send her packages containing different things she likes or things you like that you want to share with her. She will appreciate knowing you want to share your life with her still. For mothers, children never grow old. In her heart you are still the little baby she held in her arms.
  • Tell her as often as you can that you appreciate all the things she’s done and you love her. It may sound cheesy and some might be embarrassed to be expressive with their mothers, but you should make the woman who reared you and provided for you feel important. A mother fears that as her child grows she will be of no use anymore, so make her feel otherwise.
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About the Author: Roberta Southworth is a psychiatrist by profession. She likes to help out people by writing informative tips on how people can to solve their family and relationship issues. She is currently staying in Ireland. She has 5 years of couple counseling experience.

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