As a child grows, his primary caregiver is his mother; right after birth, a physical and emotional bond is formed between the mother and son. As a child grows, his primary caregiver is his mother; right after birth, a physical and emotional bond is formed between the mother and son.
We'll see how it unfolds in the three stages of the boy's growth.
Stage 1: Early childhood.
During pregnancy, a mother and child form an intimate bond.
During the nurturing process, the son picks up his first emotions from the mother, which helps him grow up to be emotionally intelligent and strong. Good mother-son bonding prevents children from experiencing psychological distress. Whenever his mother provides for his needs, he feels emotionally secure and trusts her.
Stage 2: Teenage.
Boys go through a whirlwind of changes internally and externally during their adolescence. Teenagers are subject to peer pressure and may experiment with drugs, alcohol, and smoking in this stage. Having a mother explains the world's ways to her son helps him distinguish good from the bad. As a teenager, he enjoys being treated as an adult with an affectionate mother. An empathetic, affectionate mother provides stability for the boy. As a result, when a mother solicits the son's input and suggestions or involves him in family discussions, he feels respected and his confidence and self-esteem are boosted.
Stage 3: Adulthood.
Mothers often counsel their sons about career, love, and marriage during this period. Despite being emotional, mothers are also practical. They help their sons stay focused on their careers and let them be realistic. They help their sons pursue their passions and dreams. Having a close relationship with one's mother has many implications for a man's relationship with his wife. A man who loves and respects her mother will also respect and love his wife.
For a marriage to prosper, a mother and son must share a warm and secure relationship. Yet, mothers cannot overprotect or over-possess their boys. Therefore, how can we determine if a mother is close enough to her son or too close? Well, you have to wait for my next article to find out. For now, let us know if you found this article useful. marriedBOY OUT!
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