Lisa Leigh
Registered On: April 20, 2022
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Kelly, thanks for sharing that with all of us. Many of us have had the same experiences. I myself grew up in a military household. Both parents were in WW2, my dad was also involved with Korea and Vietnam. So we weren’t the happiest of households you could say. We, my sister and I, lived by a higher set of standards then most kids our age. Moving ever 18-24 months changing schools and never having steady friends is hard on a child. You either learn to become out going or you draw within to yourself. As it would be my sister went with being outgoing, me I went the other direction. Only now, with Lisa have I become the out going persona I should have been all along. I’m sure our parents loved us, but they didn’t have time they want to have with us. I know now looking back at my parenting that I was so engulfed in work, I should have paid more attention, been more encouraging and spent more time to my own children.

As they say hindsight is 20/20.

Lisa Leigh

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