Hello. I read your piece in the article. My mother and I have always had a tumulous relaltionship. I want to go to couseling but I know she wouldn't go and if she did that would hurt so bad, I love her, but I dont think I could ever hope of having a relationship with her if she told be no because that WOULD really prove to me that She doesn't love me very much. I know I would go for her.
Thanks for letting me vent.
Tigerchild, it's so lovely to see you still here.
Since actually having children I have neglected to come here much as I would like and it is great to see you, your advice is worth gold.
Jonathan911, excellent advice as well.
OP: I just wanted to say you have my sympathy.
Write the letter but don't send it. Have a serious sit down with yourself and figure out your boundaries.
Establish them and stick to them. Keeping things superficial is safer when dealing with emotionally abusive parents.
|50 members and 19,462 guests|
|adinal , agentofchaos , bananabee , BirthFree , Bow , CricketVS , Dakotacakes , Deborah , Dina1 , easydoesit , emmy526 , girlspn , greenemami , healthy momma , hillymum , IsaFrench , japonica , joandsarah77 , justlizzy , katelove , Katherine73 , kathymuggle , Lucee , Michele123 , Mirzam , momys1 , mumto1 , Nicole Reed , pokeyac , pulcetti , RollerCoasterMama , rubelin , SchoolmarmDE , seap3 , Skippy918 , sniffmommy , Socks , Springshowers , stephaniepifer , sweetrainfire , TealCandy , Turner58800 , Turquesa , verticalscope , zoeyzoo|
|Most users ever online was 449,755, 06-25-2014 at 01:21 PM.|