The Mating Grounds

Breaking Free: Overcoming the Pain of Motherly Rejection and Finding Closure

Dealing with Rejection by Mother and Moving On

Hey, you! Do you struggle with feelings of unworthiness because your mother wasn’t there for you? Have you ever felt like you just needed closer regarding the painful truth of why your mother wasn’t present in your life?

Well, let me tell you, you are not alone. It’s time to confront these feelings and move on.

Here are three things to consider when dealing with rejection by our mothers:


First, it’s essential to understand our mothers’ absence.

Was there ever an explanation? Sometimes our mothers are absent from our lives due to circumstances beyond their control.

However, sometimes we are left without a reason. No matter the case, we try to create justification and excuses for their absence to protect ourselves from the painful truth.

It’s time to let go of the justification and excuses and face the painful truth that our mothers might not have wanted us. It may hurt, but it’s crucial to accept this reality to move forward and heal.

Remember, our worth isn’t based on our mother’s love for us, and there was no big conspiracy. It’s not our fault that our mothers’ didn’t want us.


Second, it’s time to stop doubting ourselves and start accepting our self-worth without our mother’s love. It’s easy to fall into the trap of feeling unworthy when we feel rejected by our mothers, but it’s time to stop.

We are deserving and worthy of love, even if our mother’s don’t offer it. It’s time to fill the love gap by loving ourselves.

We need to do things that make us happy and feel accomplished. We need to treat ourselves as we wish our mothers had treated us.

By doing so, we can learn to accept ourselves for who we are and see our worth. REJECTING MOTHER’S ATTEMPT AT RECONCILIATION

Third, rejecting our mother’s attempt at reconciliation isn’t harsh or unforgiving.

It’s essential to protect ourselves from further hurt and rejection. If they didn’t give a damn about our well-being in the past, what would make us think things will change?

Saying Don’t come crawling back might seem like a harsh phrase, but it’s an essential part of taking care of ourselves. PITYING MOTHER’S LOSS AND FINDING CLOSURE

Fourth, it might be hard to consider, but it’s time to pity our mother’s loss.

She missed out on seeing us grow and become the strong, independent people we are today. She wasn’t there for the milestones we achieved, and she wasn’t there for the key moments that shaped us.

By becoming a strong, independent person, we can find our own closure. We can choose to be self-reliant and not rely on our mother’s support or validation.

We can say, I am a successful woman without her, and that’s okay. It’s okay to find happiness and closure without her at our side.

In conclusion, dealing with rejection by our mothers can be a painful process. We seek to find justification and excuses to avoid the truth.

It’s time to accept that we might not have been wanted and start accepting our self-worth without our mother’s love. Rejecting our mother’s attempt at reconciliation isn’t unforgiving.

Instead, it’s an essential part of taking care of ourselves. By becoming strong, successful independent women, we can find closure on our terms and feel empowered.

It’s time to take control of our self-worth and find happiness in the lives we create for ourselves!

Hey, you! Are you striving to be a better mother to your own children than your own mother was to you? Do you struggle with the idea of forgiveness for a mother who was neglectful and absent in your life?

Let’s explore these topics and find ways to move forward.


If you’re a mother yourself, you understand the need to give your children everything you didn’t have growing up. You want to be a better mother and provide attention, respect, time, effort, and love to your children.

You understand the value of a mother’s love and attention for her children, and you make it a priority. As a mother, you may have struggles and challenges, but you strive to be present and attentive.

You understand that your children need you, and you provide them with everything they need to thrive. You are the mother you wished you had growing up.


Sometimes it’s not just about learning what to do but learning what not to do. If you had an absent or neglectful mother, you may understand better than most what it means to be a bad mother.

You understand how it feels to be left without guidance, attention, or love. By learning what kind of mother not to be, you have the opportunity to break the cycle.

You understand the impact this type of mother has on a child’s life, and you’re determined not to subject your children to that trauma and pain. APPRECIATING THE VALUE OF A MOTHER’S LOVE AND ATTENTION

Appreciating the value of a mother’s love and attention is something that many people take for granted.

When they grew up without it, they may not understand its importance. As a mother, it’s vital to show your children every day how much they are loved and valued.

By giving your children everything you didn’t have, you give them the tools to succeed in life. They believe in themselves because you believe in them.

They know they’re worthy of love because you love them. They understand the value of attention because you give them your time and effort.


Refusing to forgive a mother who was absent or neglectful is a common experience for many people. Even if their mother attempts reconciliation, it’s challenging to forgive and forget.

Saying “sorry” doesn’t erase the trauma and emotional impact that a neglected childhood can have. Acknowledging the impact of a mother’s absence on your life is an essential step toward moving forward.

It can be scary to confront the awful role that her absence played in your life and how much it may still affect you today. You realize how helpless you once felt, and how alone you were in dealing with your scariest demons.


Standing firm in your decision to move forward without your mother may be the most challenging step of all. It may feel like you’re closing the door on any possibility of reconciliation, and it feels scary.

You realize that you don’t have to extend forgiveness if it’s not something you’re ready to do. Not forgiving doesn’t mean that you’re holding onto anger or resentment.

It means that you’re prioritizing your own healing and well-being. It means that you’re taking control of your life and making decisions that are best for you, even if it means cutting ties with your mother.

In conclusion, motherhood is an essential part of our lives, and it’s critical to strive to be the best mother we can be for our children. Unfortunately, some of us grew up without the love and attention we deserved and needed.

It’s okay to acknowledge the impact that our mother’s absence has had on our lives, and it’s okay to refuse to forgive. We can still move forward and create the lives that we want and deserve, even without our mothers in them.

Remember always to prioritize your healing and well-being, no matter what. In conclusion, dealing with rejection by a mother can be painful, but we must accept the truth of our mother’s absence to move forward and find self-worth and closure.

As mothers, it’s essential to strive to be the best we can be for our children and to learn from our own mother’s mistakes. Forgiveness can be challenging, but by acknowledging the impact of a mother’s absence, we can find ways to move forward without them.

Ultimately, it is vital to prioritize our own healing and well-being, even if that means severing ties with our mothers. Remember, we deserve love and attention, and we have the power to create the lives we want and need, even without our mother’s involvement.

Popular Posts