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Re: whats worse for a daughter....

Posted by B2chica on July 9, 2007, at 11:38:51

In reply to Re: whats worse for a daughter...., posted by frida on July 9, 2007, at 11:16:55

>> i don't know..i've experienced both as a daughter

so did i, only my dad was the subserviant one.

>>, and both are painful...I would have preferred them to stop living together...

i always wished they would divorce and i could go live with my dad...they never did.

> maybe seeking help so that the fighting and yelling stops is an option?..
> Frida

thanks frida but he doens't think there's anything wrong...he's very loving but also very childish and argumentative. i'm hoping that as finances get better (hopefully) then so will the arguments..right now that's mostly what they're about. i can't stand it...and i'm tired of fighting with him. i feel like i've already F(*&Cked up motherhood 101.
the simplist thing is a safe home's not non stop...but too often for my taste. and i swear he often provokes arguments. i think he likes getting me riled up sometimes. cuz it seems like once i finally "go off" then he's almost happy. and gets calm.
my T thinks he might be BPD?? i never thought of him as that as it was always me with the 'issues'. but the closer i look. the more i am agreeing...
what i hate most is it's bringing back all the horrible memories of 'fight's' growing up. more mess of memories i could Really do without.

its starting to wear me down. i was hoping i would do well enough off meds...but at this rate, i'll be back on them in a couple months. this weekend was pretty bad.

...i'm sorry my daughter has such a f&#ked up mom...(tear).




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