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Glass Promises. - November 16th 2011, 03:49 AM

Let's face it: I don't have a good relationship with my parents. I've accepted that and moved on with my life. I have people that act as mother figures in my life, and that's all I'll ever really need. But, I guess there's some tiny part of me that still wishes things could be different. For the past few weeks, my mom was acting really nice. Without sounding too cheesy, she was acting like a mom should, ya know? I finally started to fall into that routine, thinking that maybe one day, a relationship could form again. That was stupid. As soon as I started getting used to the idea of it, she started acting like the cold-hearted person that she is. She just went back to her old self and the beginnings of our new relationship crumbled. I'm so pissed at myself because I should have seen it coming. I know better than to fall for empty words and glass promises, but I did it anyways. It hurts right now, not because the relationship isn't there, but because I allowed myself to hope that it could be.


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Re: Glass Promises. - November 23rd 2011, 07:35 PM

I have the same type of relationship with my mom. I'm sorry, hun.


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Re: Glass Promises. - November 28th 2011, 08:13 AM

Yeah, Ive been there done that. I moved in with my father after me and my mom went at it once again. After I moved it she has changed so much. We go out to dinner every so often, talk a decent amount, and share things. We never use to talk.

I wish that hopeful something like that happens to you when you maybe go to college, or move out. In alot of cases I hear stories of moms and dads changing once they realize that you arent around anymore.

I wish you the best, my friend.


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Re: Glass Promises. - November 28th 2011, 04:37 PM

I know exactly how you feel, that's the way it's like with my dad. But there's only so much you can do about it, you know? Like my dad fades in and out of my life. I'll get close and talk to him again, but then it'll revert back to that awkward situation. I think you should just try to be optimistic about it, be open to anything in the future. I'm really sorry though about your mom. You never know though what might happen in the future
   
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