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I get that you are instinctually
seeking the missing warmth and tenderness of the nest mothers create for their offspring. This case is built entirely on survival and unconditional love both of which are not guaranteed in any moment of time. The basic fear is one of perpetual abandonment, of being unlovable, unworthy, and the fear that accompanies abandonment.
The best is to let go of attachment all together and focus on expanding your own personal affinity for who you are, not what you lost in your relationship with your mother. In the same work forgive your mother and if possible have a chat about your childhood. She had a reason for being gone all the time. Most likely it had little to do with you.
Use positive affirmation to rewire how you experience relationships with females. When attachment forms examine and release. This is a process called mindfulness. Believe me there is no magic apple when it comes to relationships. It takes the first 50 years just to unwind the parental programming and most people process while they are involved. It's called growing up on the job.