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The tears travel through the strings connected in a family.
Don’t be ashamed to let your feelings out, share them with someone .
Kids are like a mirror, what they see & hear they do. Be a good reflection for them as parents.
Sympathy we do not want to earn, It’s for empathy we yearn!
We should not let ourselves as well as our close ones get overwhelmed by emotions.
No problem is bigger than a relationship so never bottle up the problem. Face it and make it.
We are in an adult control world, Do not imprison the youth from the sadness and agony of our own destiny.
Feel each other’s pain, that is the ultimate gain.
What goes around, comes around! The pain you caused me will come back to you sooner or later.
Real understanding makes you feel and absorb other’s emotions deep inside like it’s yours…
With every tear the parents shed, an equal sadness is felt by their progeny.
Pain and sadness has a cascading effect Devouring your children’s happiness causing their mind to be wrecked.
Growing up together through the years, we’ve shared the laughter and the tears. Whenever we’re feeling sad and blue, I know that you’ve got me, and I’ve got you.
Your lack of affection is reflected in your children’s reactions.
Pass on love and affection, not agony and pain to your children.
We take turns, me and you, Making each other oh, so blue. Must do better, that is true, Or we’ll find our love is through.
When tears automatically roll down your cheeks when your partner is gloomy, you are truly in love.
Manju Singh Srivastava
Children’s behaviour shows us a mirror every day.
Reciprocity of emotion denial, Bears pain that is mutual.
Compassion makes a family strong.
Something did tear us apart. Of the same, this tear is a part.
The relationship doesn’t need any name when emotionally connected. There’s no language of sadness, the tears express them all.
We cannot be who we are unless we can feel each other‘s tears.
Helene B. Leanos
Being simpatico is the hallmark of a deep relationship.
Growing older didn’t reduce our plight or tears rather it only grew older with us.
Sharing a bond and being connected through the common emotional thread makes a family.
Real love is when you are there to feel and share each other’s pain and sadness during one’s difficult time.