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  • Amid Misunderstandings, Sharon Tells KC: I Pray God Will Embrace You Whenever Mama Cannot

    Because a mother's love is unconditional
    by Lei Dimarucut-Sison .
Amid Misunderstandings, Sharon Tells KC: I Pray God Will Embrace You Whenever Mama Cannot
PHOTO BY @itskcconcepcion, @reallysharoncuneta/Instagram
  • The Megastar’s latest Instagram posts are messages filled with sadness and longing for her eldest daughter, KC Concepcion, with whom her relationship is apparently strained.

    Sharon Cuneta first posted a reply to KC’s message to her on Instagram yesterday after the latter missed the celebration of her mom’s birthday last Sunday, January 5, on the ABS-CBN variety show ASAP Natin ‘To.

    “I do not even have an idea where you are. I usually don’t. I follow you on IG of course, but as your Mama I wish I didn’t have to find out where you are or what you’re doing at the same time as the public does,” part of Sharon’s message reads.

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    “I haven’t really known for years now what has been going on with you, in your life, in your heart. I would think that the first person you would talk to would me your Mama.

    “I feel that you have distanced yourself from us who truly love you, when we all hunger for our family to be complete.”

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    She lamented that KC was not around during the holidays to celebrate with the rest of the family. 

    “Sa pamilya natin, dapat sinasalubong ang Pasko at Bagong Taon ng magkakasama. At sana ang mga mahahalagang okasyon lalo ang mga milestones like Kakie’s High School graduation, kumpleto tayo. Family is all that matters, Tina.”

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    Sharon continued her open letter for her 34-year-old daughter in another post. 

    “We missed you on New Year’s Eve, on New Year’s Day, and I certainly missed you on my birthday. Where were you, anak? What were you doing? Why not even a text from you?

    “I know you are in your 30s now and are free to do what you want. But if I hadn’t even bothered calling my Mommy when she was alive to tell her where I was going or what I was doing, I know she would’ve found it unforgivable, unacceptable.

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    “Anak, huwag kang lumayo sa amin.”

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    In it, she reassured KC of her unconditional love for her and her siblings Frankie, Miel, and Miguel.

    “Walang Ina na hindi mahal ang kanyang mga anak ng pantay-pantay. Kahit talikuran kayong lahat ng mundo, si Mama ang matitira. Siempre sasabihan ko pa rin kayo kung may mali kayong ginagawa, pero never ko kayong titigilang mahalin, bumaligtad man ang mundo, isa lang ang Mama ninyo. I love you very much, Kristina.”

    Any mom with a grown-up child can surely relate to Sharon’s message in her third post, which can be summed up with this:

    “Wherever you are, please take good care of yourself. And know that I pray for you every single day - sometimes a few times a day - for your protection, guidance and wisdom. And for God to embrace you whenever Mama cannot.”

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