(Closed) Well, so much for that!

posted 7 years ago in Family
Post # 3
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6351 posts
Bee Keeper

OMG. Are you my long lost sister? My mom is like that too. Except now I’m  one of the people she cussed out.

Post # 4
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48 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2012 - Patrick C. Haley Mansion, Joliet, IL

OMG!!!! My mom has her moments, but nothing like this. I suddenly feel a lot better about when she becomes difficult.

@Pinksapphire: She doesn’t do this for wedding planning stuff does she?

Post # 5
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858 posts
Busy bee

I am so sorry your going through this,as hard as it will be I think its time to stand up to her, what happens when you get married and she finds something wrong with your husband? will she order you to get a divorce? or if you have a child and the kid makes her mad. I hope things get better for you

Post # 6
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1686 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

The first thing I’d do is call the vet and apologize, profusely, for how your mom acted, and make an appointment for your dog. Then find out where your mom wants her dog taken, and make an appointment. When you take them to their appointments, drop your dog off at your house first, then take hers home. Now you have your dog and your vet back. (And probably a big old fight with your mom.)

You cannot let her keep destroying your relationships; you need to let her know that the way she acts is hurting you and your friendships and that if she can’t control herself and be polite to your friends and the businesses you patronize, she’s not going to be allowed around them. And you need to be prepared for a cussing out and sticking to your guns, no matter what she comes out with. If you don’t stand up to her, it’s never going to get any better. You deserve to be treated with respect.

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