Mother’s Day? I am sad

Mother’s Day? I am sad

I am so sad… My mother-daughter relationship is very low… We hardly get along. There are a few times she let me go out (but this always brings with it fights like ” why are u going out? u have to study! u re not as good as your sister is” and lately is gotten worse… she even said to me that she doesn t love me, well she got angry by a thing and that s” why she said that” * her explanation*, but as a mother you shouldn t be saying that…I felt like someone pulled my heart of my chest..

I am 16 years old, and believe me, I never told my mom if I was having a boyfriend or if I was having a fight with my best friend, nothing!.. They left town for 2 days and i called my boy best friend at my place, to catch up, to laugh like we used to because we haven t seen each other in a long time. But my mom find our that a boy came to my house and now she is never ever letting me home alone. She said that she expects the worst from me and that from now on she would not care about me and stuff like that. My girl best friend has the most wonderful mom i ve ever met, i always tell her everything, she knows when to be strict and when to laugh, when to give an advice.I feel like home in their house… But when it’s time to get home, I feel so sad, because I know that when I got home I will be yelled at and insulted… She doesn t appreciate me at all…

There is a lot to say, but I don t want to bore you…

Improve your Mother-Daughter Relationship!

I Understand Completely by Jenny


I Understand Completely by Jenny

Reading some of the articles in this blog was like reading the exact description of my mum, with the exception that mine is able to appear completely normal to outsiders, making people doubt my stories about my family.
I feel that my mum is almost certainly unstable, as do my siblings and dad. Dad doesn’t even live with us anymore as she has driven him away. Mum doesn’t understand that our family IS NOT normal, a fact that I’ve only realized since I was about 13, and is driven home as all of my friends have the most delightful families.
One of my mum’s favorite tactics is “divide and conquer” – she pits us against each other and dad in order to keep control. Also, she constantly accuses US of what she does wrong.
On top of every situation that you have described, my mum has the most annoying and embarrassing tendency to dress in my clothes!! She wears crop tops and boody shorts that even I wouldn’t dare to wear, and seems to feel this is appropriate despite our protests.
The worst thing, though, is that we have a very large family, so, when I compare my situation to a friend’s in order to show mum how ridiculous mine is, she claims “but you can’t compare us to people like that” or whatever.
Honestly, I feel that the only solutions to our situations is to get out as soon as possible. I’m in 11th grade now, so I’m leaving this hell hole soon, hopefully. Furthermore, this is going to make me a better parent to my children one day, as I will always try to never make them feel about me as I do about my mum. Lastly – we are better, stronger people because of the struggles we go through…
All the best and all my love…
Jenny ♡

Get inspired too on Mother’s Day


Get inspired too on Mother’s Day

My Mom is:

Amazing, Loving, Strong, Happy, (almost) Selfless, Graceful.

Thank you Mom, and happy Mother’s Day!

Hey, every day can be mother’s day…

Get inspired on Mother’s Day: get her an expensive gift, or NOT….

Mother and Child – The Movie – A Review


Mother and Child – The Movie

Mother and Child, have you seen this movie? It’s about giving away your baby after a teenage pregnancy for adaption. The decision to give up her baby daughter has always haunted Karen, the main character. The given-away-daughter Elizabeth, grows up to be solitary, willful, and hardhearted. She sees the world as a very unfriendly and treacherous place, and rightly so!

The impact on the 14 year old mother Karen, on the baby Elizabeth and on the mother of the teenage daughter, is very strong. The emotional stuff, like fear, shame and enormous guilt.

After seeing the movie, I was touched by the story and drama, especially because mother-daughter relationship problems are coming at women at high impact pain during stressful and challenging events.

In the end of the movie, the given-away-daughter Elizabeth becomes pregnant herself and dies while giving birth to her child. Since no one steps forward to claim the baby, a woman called Lucy adopts her. One year later, Karen finds out about her daughter Elizabeth’s death and letter, which informs her that she has a granddaughter named Ella. She meets the little girl and this is the happy end, thank God!

Some scenes were pretty rough but all and all, I enjoyed the movie.

It’s a given that we live in a society that is not very friendly towards women with teenage pregnancies, single mothers, or anything that escapes patriarchal system, morality and rules. How women try to resolve this and survive the system, is pretty damn creative. In the end, we should demand that the system change or change it ourselves.

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In Honor of My Mum

In Honor of My Mum

All that I am today and all I will ever be, I owe to my Mum.

The Creator took me from my Mother’s womb and placed me in the great loving heart of my adoption Mum.

An very Appreciative Daughter

Love …..


“If you discover love, you will know exactly how to live”

Sri AmmaBhagavan

Oneness University, India

In Honor of My Mom!

In Honor of My Mom!

Years ago on my Mom’s birthday, I launched my business, my very first business and since then, I have been pretty successful growing a business, serving customers well and employing other people.

My mom is such a good person with a great heart and a blessing – not only to me, but to her whole family and environment.
With my business success, I realize how important it is to have my Mom support me with monies I could borrow for starting up my business back then, for decent advice, and pots of soup when I was too busy to cook.

Mom kept on believing in me on moments that I wanted to call it quits and she also kicked me forward when things seem to be going too tough.

I also realize that I didn’t do “my” business all by myself and that my Mom and my family is a big part of it too.

This thought brings feelings great appreciation and gratitude and a knowing that nobody is alone and we are all part of a fabric of dear and intimate relationships.

Today I am writing this in her honor.

Thank you Mom, for being in my life and for giving me life!

In gratitude,

Your daughter


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