Just like you disliked your looks, your blond son may dislike his.
It's human nature: we're never satisfied with what we have.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, etc.
U never know. I knew a woman whose mother was
a very prominent Justice of the NY Supreme Court.
She intentionally ruined her mother 's career; ended it.
I doubt that she had expected that.
In your case though, it goes beyond that apparently.
You have internalized society's racial prejudice against your own physical type.
That 's a rather aggressive ASSUMPTION
I was aversive to my appearance long b4 anyone else expressed dislike of it.
Where do u get off telling me where my tastes came from ??
You're like black people who don't like black people or Jews ashamed of being Jewish. I find it sad.
I find it a lot SADDER
since I 'm the one that has to put up with an olive complexion.
I try to stay out of the sun as much as possible. The sun makes it worse.
Dark skin is a great genetic advantage re. skin cancer,
I have consoled myself with that.
and it's beautiful too...
Its gross & repugnant.
I seldom find a mirror that fails to insult me. That 's sad.
I 'm old enuf now that it does not matter.
Its all in the eye of the beholder,
I can't deny that.
And he wouldn't really be your genetic son
if he looked like a viking and you look like a Mexican...
Nonsense; my genetic make-up and his wud be
whatever thay were regardless of what we look like.
Thay tend to produce similar results, but don't always.
I was the only member of my family that became so afflicted.
would not feel like your son either, on a purely instinctive level.
Nonsense; u r projecting yourself onto me.
That does not work.