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Why People Who Grew Up With Their Grandmas Are A Blessing In Disguise

People Grew Up With Grandmas Blessing Disguise

People who grew up with their grandmas are one of the most warm-hearted people you’ll ever encounter. You can do the most horrible mistakes to them and they will still accept your apology.

They never hold grudges to anyone because they don’t like it when people are uncomfortable.

It might be hard for you to believe it, but they do forgive all the time. They just can’t live a life with heavy hearts.

When you are drowning from all your problems, they can always find a way to pull you out from your troubles. They are going to be on the front row to help you when no one in the world seems to sympathize in your situation.

Because these people are raised by their grandmothers with utmost care and affection. They are raised to believe that helping others is one of the noblest things they can do.

They are sprinkled with so much love by their grandmothers, which is why they can’t stomach it whenever they see someone who’s lonely.

They feel unease when someone is unhappy. They feel the pain of everyone who’s close them. They feel the urge to reach out, and give heartfelt advises to anyone who needs them.

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And even if they’re sometimes broken too from the inside, you can still see them smiling. You can hear their laughter vibrating across the room from someone’s joke.

You can find them helping other’s brokenness too. You can feel their concerns to you, regardless of what they’re going through.

You can witness them pushing, trying, thriving, surviving in life. You can witness them not giving up no matter how hopeless their scenarios are.

You can witness them getting through any type of day. You can witness them standing strong even if their knees make them weak.

And you can’t help but wonder how they’re able to do that.

They’re able to do that because they grew up with their grandmas who taught them not to give up. They are taught that failures are normal.

They are taught how to strive and stand back up again. They are taught to guide people to get on their feet too. They are taught to be positive all the time and share their lights to others.

They can be a little brat sometimes all because they have been spoon-fed by their grandmothers, but know that they are told to share their blessings to others without expecting in return.

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Kids who were raised by their grandmothers are fun to be with because they’re going to help you shine, and allow you to shine with them.

They are one of the coolest persons because they can dance to any music you want to jive into. They are the ones who got your back when you’re uncertain with your life decisions.

They can be your support system. They can be your rock. They can be your lighthouse. They can be your most trusted ally. They can be your best friend.

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They can show you a world that is built on love, forgiveness, and acceptance. They can teach you how to always look at the glass as half full.

They can share you a piece of their time when you need someone to lean on. They can provide you their hearts when you ask for them.

Because they want to return their love to everyone who loves them, just the same way they return their big love to their grandmothers.

Hence, people who grew up with their grandmas are the ones you should surround yourself with.

For more of his writings, you can like his Facebook page here: Angelo Caerlang – writer

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Angelo Caerlang

Angelo is a 22 year old millennial who's always thankful every day that he is given a chance to write. He relates his life lessons through his writing in hopes to reach people and connect with them. He believes that regardless of our differences in culture, language, and religion -- we all have a common denominator when it comes to emotions. It is his goal to make us all feel as if we're all one in this vast universe. AwardsClass Valedictorian of 2010View Author posts