“Most parents can’t say ‘I love you’ because they were raised brutally” – Toke Makinwa

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Toke Makinwa, Nigerian popular AOP argues that most parents from the previous generations were raised in a harsh and brutal way.

According to her post via Twitter, the common trend of African parents finding it hard to tell their kids how much they love them is as a result of their upbringing that is terrible.

She says:

So many parents couldn’t normalize saying “I love you” to their kids. Even when told that they were loved, their response often times was “thank you”. a lot of our parents were raised worse and thought those harsh conditions were lessons and they raised us only how they knew.”

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