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Angry My "loving" mother... - November 22nd 2009, 07:13 PM

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I know I have no right to be writing this about my mother, but here it goes:

I'm really upset with her lately. Today, she randomly started yelling at me, and she pushed me to the floor and kicked my head. Starting tomorrow we have final exams for school, and she took away my winter coat, all of my jeans except for one pair, and I'm not allowed to eat with the rest of my family. I have to cook my own food, and I can't eat in the dining room. The only way I can get all this back, is to get 100% on ALL of my exams! And she keeps freaking out on me for no reason. My dad just goes with the flow. But he never sticks up for me. He always chimes in and backs up my mother. When my last grandmother passed away, she locked me in my room, blaming it on 'my evil ways'. I don't know, she gets on my nerves. I told my school councelor, and she said that this is fairly normal, and she'll learn to love me again.

I don't think is normal, but what do I know?

Sorry, this turned out more like a vent.

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Re: My "loving" mother... - November 22nd 2009, 07:22 PM

It doesn't sound very normal to me, and you have all the right in the world to write this about your mother. The way she is treating you isn't right, and I suggest getting some help. My mom acted like yours does, and then we found out she has a mental illness and it can be treated (although my mom doesn't stick to her treatments) something similar might be to blame here.
Have you ever tried talking to someone other than your school counselor? Pushing you onto the floor and kicking you is physical abuse and if she does it again I would urge you to either stay with a friend or talk to someone about it immediately. Expecting you to get 100% on all of your exams is too much, and blaming your grandmother's death on you, and then punishing you for it isn't right.

Maybe you should try pulling your dad aside and talk to him without your mom around?


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Re: My "loving" mother... - November 24th 2009, 12:12 AM

It's all good now

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She said she was sorry.


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