I would, because it's the right thing to do and you can only be responsible for your own actions or non actions. If others don't fulfill your hopes just let it go and take comfort in knowing that you did what was right, that you made the effort.
Yes, my dad is now dead, life is too short to ignore family.
Family is invaluable .Someone has to make the first move to solve whatever problems you guys have . Why not you ?
Yes thats your mother and no matter what she does she's as human as you and makes mistakes.
I say do it. Me and pops havent spoken for 6 years.. Dont wait too long
Neither. I would send a snail mail card. It will last longer and mean more. She might even hang on to it for quite awhile.
If your not comfortable calling then definitely text. Its hard to take that first step especially with a parent, but obviously you still care or you wouldn't be asking. Its an olive branch. I say do it.
if its your heart to contact her, I would call, not text. I am in a spot with my son where I want to talk to him everyweek, but he is struggling with himself trying to assert his independence. Its like I told him, I would love to give you room, but how will I know when its been enough room? Are you gonna be big enough to call me?
I don't know the phone number for hell, my mother was a evil person
My mum passed away in 2008
i think i would prob start with a text to see what kind of reception i would get and then if ok, i would phone her.
I have never had that issue, if i don't speak to my mum each week, she ain't happy!!
it would probably be a good excuse to reestablish contact and perhaps overlook whatever the reason you havent talked was.
Call your mom one day she won't be here and you will wish you had...Live life with no regrets
yes i would do that bcuz at he end she is my mother and still be my mother forever
Why break the streak.
If nothing happened between you's two, then yes, I would. She's always your mom and always will be.
Yes, definitely. Sometimes life gets crazy. She's the only mother I have..i think..
No, she probably wouldn't answer anyway. She died a long time ago.