I had super migraine this weekend
on saturday, my mother says, "you can have one of my pain pills" (she had surgery and has left over pills)
i was considering it
then mother says "if you take one, who will put___ to bed? (my child)"
so i do not take and am in super pain for a few more hours
then she says "why not just take one of those pills"
i then take the pain pill
she says "what would you do without me"
i said " what would you have done after surgery without me"
she says "guess i would have had to stay in rehab for a few weeks"
is this passive agressive?
she offers pain pil, then makes it seem like i would be making her care for my child
then offers again, when i accept, she makes it seem like i could do nothing without her help
yes, she helps me out at times, but does she not see that family does not kind of thing, does she not see that one day of headache help might cover the weeks and weeks after a surgery or every day stuff i do for her that she is unable to do (she is in her 80's)
does she think offering pain releif only with condition of guilt is ok
here is a pain pill, ....oh, who will put __ down to bed"
is that passive aggressive?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:44 PM on Jan. 7, 2013 in Relationships
She's just probably losing her mind a little like my Mom. They stopped thinking before they speak. My Mom's around the same age. Just ignore her. She probably won't even remember or deny that she said that to you anyway. I love my Mom to peices & she could just about handle anything is she wated to but sometimes it's like La La Land & its "oh, poor me".
Answer by ILovemyPaulie at 12:49 PM on Jan. 7, 2013
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