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When it comes to best friends, we often think of people outside of our family circles. However, sometimes our closest confidante is someone who has been with us since day one- our mother.

My mother has been my best friend for as long as I can remember, and I am incredibly grateful for our bond. There’s no better secret keeper than my mother.

One of the reasons why my mother is my best friend is because we share many common interests. From reading and watching movies to empowering each other, we have grown up together. 

We even enjoy going on walks and exploring new places together. All the mundane things in life and our dependence on each other has brought us closer and have given us many wonderful memories.

Also, it’s not a one-way street where she guides me to do things. We both exercise full rights on each other, and I’m free to suggest to her my ideas without any hesitation. Isn’t that what friendship is?

Another reason why my mother is my best friend is her belief in me. She has always been there for me, whether I needed someone to talk to or a shoulder to cry on. 

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Whenever I decide to pursue anything new, she has my back. She is my biggest cheerleader, encouraging me every step of the way. Even when things didn’t go as planned, she never gives up on me and continues to support me through every obstacle. I don’t believe in myself as much as she believes in me.

We both live life to the fullest and laugh the difficulties off. The unconditional support we find in each other is what friendship is all about. 

Of course, like any relationship, my mother and I have had our fair share of disagreements. However, what sets our bond apart is our ability to work through conflicts. 

We are both willing to listen to each other’s perspectives and communicate effectively to come to a resolution. Our ability to overcome challenges has made our friendship stronger and has taught me the importance of effective communication.

My mother is not just my parent, she is my best friend. Our love for each other and the trust we place in each other have kept us the closest for so many years, and this will continue till eternity.

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Sources: Blogger’s own opinions

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