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Re: 'Who doesn't want to kill the father?' g_g_g_unit

Posted by sleepygirl2 on February 25, 2012, at 9:57:03

In reply to 'Who doesn't want to kill the father?', posted by g_g_g_unit on February 25, 2012, at 7:53:55

He's given you a lot of reasons to hate him.
You've kept a distance from him for good reasons.
I guess I can only share what parts of this I can relate to.
My mother. She can "turn", as you put it so well.
And unleash a barrage of insults meant to hurt, damage.
Yes, she had an emotionally abusive upbringing. I always have some amount of tension around her, even if all seems well. Like I'm preparing.
And money, well, I've accepted that, a number of times from her. Sometimes it feels like I'm selling my soul, but in a way, it's how she knows to relate.
That "who says" thing, that sounds particularly annoying. Sounds like you have to justify yourself.
You sound like, due to many complicated factors, that the situation leaves you in a helpless kind of state.
With my mother, this is the worst place to be, easy prey.
I keep quiet, don't make waves, don't say how I feel, stay under the radar.
...just know, that you don't deserve it.




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