i was wondering what everybody thought about her...i know she was mean and nasty to poor kyoko but looking at tokyo crazy paradise, so was tsubasa's mom...but she still did everything out of love...thoughts?
Tsukasa's mom wasn't mean! I mean, maybe in the message, but that was being nice, really. Kyoko's mom.....man, I don't know if having a kid just freaked her out, or if she was the Grudge Queen, or what, but prolonged neglect over Kyoko's entire childhood is in no way equivalent with a few rough words to convince your daughter that she wasn't missing anything with her foster family!
________________ They say it's the thought that counts, but then they tell you, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions......"
I read a fanfiction story where kyoko's mom showed up when she found out kyoko was famous and threatened to take kyoko away or something like that if she didn't pay an enormous amount of money. Her mom could do it b/c she didn't sign a permissin slip saying kyoko could join the company. Kyoko joined the company illegally since she was a minor and did it w/o her guardian's consent. Ren ended up paying her mom to help kyoko and I think they got married so her mom wouldn't have any legal claim on her.
I think that is what is going to happen in the story. It'll probably happen just when kyoko and ren are happy. There is a possibility that her mom had ulterior motives for leaving or maybe she's just a dead-beat mom.
________________ I'll take today over yesterday, anyday I'll take lyin' in your arms tonight Over and above any love, I've known Memories may find me, but they'll always be behind me I'll take today over yesterday, anyday - Gary Allan -
I would like to see something involving her mother because that seems to be an issue that should have some sort of explanation to it. But then, they haven't focused on it a whole lot in the manga so it might not be an issue that would hold her back enough to worry about fixing. Just like in real life, sometimes you can't get all of the answers you want and she's not really struggling with the issue of her mother as much as she's struggling with the issue of love (in various forms) as a whole. I guess it's up to Nakamura if her mother factors into that healing process.