) I used to hold this inside and cry because no matter what I've gotten treated nasty. How dare she treat me nasty and disrespectfully, even in front of my kids. I think back on so many instances throughout my life, things she's done to me, said to me, said about me, or how she's treated me, or has never been there for me. We remind her of her past with a violent, miserable husband and she has been taking it out on us throughout our lives. Have no guilt for cutting her free and only let her back in your life once she has been through the right chanells ( proffessional people) and is on medication and that she is looking to make amends with you and not the latter. In my case, her distaste of me is because I'm the only girl; she talks highly of her "precious boys". But she's the first to call someone a B_ _ _ H if they don't do something she wants them to do. She'll go as far as calling children bad names. But she's had a problem with everyone I've been with.
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Comments on this article Posted by Optional on 01/08/2017 at I'm 17 and have had an ongoing issue with bed wetting for as long as I can remember.
She has deep psychological issues for sure, but will never go for help, since she says "it's everyone else, not her that has the problem". In addition, she is extremely paranoid, thinking that everyone is scheming against her or talking about her. This will actually help calm you on the inside and replace that anger and hurt with more love and happiness. Im also wondering if your mum suffers from bipolar cause she has all the symptoms of this mental disease. I always knew my kids deserve to be happy but after reading it from some one else I relize Im not doing enough to make them happy (shame on me). As far as I can see know body loves my kids as much as me so Im gonna have to do a lot more!! Hi there - Wow, reading your history reminds me of mine! always making my dad and I feel like ****...she's 72... I'm also my mother's only child but I have two step-brothers from her second marriage that I grew up with and we're still very close.
(That's probably because that is what SHE does! I am non-confrontational and that is probably why things affect me so stressfully. If I was you I would not see a councellor as all you will be doing is going over everything and reliving it and you need to get past it and move forward for good. I, too, have a really nasty mother, and have never been able to understand why she is the way she is. So my mom has gone through two bad marriages and a relationship where she got her and guess who her punching bag is..... She claims to be a Christian and spends all of her time either at work, or at church. One thing he did was not tolerate my mom's nastiness towards him and disrespected her by calling her out of her name plenty of times to her face.