(Closed) Jumping on the Mom Trouble Bandwagon

posted 6 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

My Mom did horrible things growing up. She spent half my youth in jail,and me and my sisters lived with aunts. Early adulthood led me to resent her and I took my space from her. Later, as I was going through a divorce, She got ill. We became friends over a short period of time, and I’m glad I had that time with her, she passed away 3 years ago. I wish I wouldn’t have spent so much time being upset with her.

Post # 5
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21 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: April 2015

@shadowblind:  I don’t have like an end all be answer here but I know that you should allow her in your life. I’m only saying this because life is short, and you don’t want to regret anything. I think that you should sit down with her and set some boundaires. You need to let her know what you want from her. Before that though you have to decide what you want from her. Do you want her calling you everyday or do you just want to have lunch once a week. There are still things that you should work out before letting her back in, but you should let her know that you do want her back in but if she continues to act a certain way, you won’t be able to tolerate her actions anymore. Boundarys are the most important thing I think for this type of situation. If this didn’t help at all, I’m sorry and I hope that you get an answer that helps you in the end!

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