My mother a grandmother has been banned from speaking to her granddaughter (not mine). Reason why, she has directed her evasive questioning to her granddaughter by asking, "Are you being hit? Is your dad abusing you?" I tried to tell my mother that the granddaughters parents eavesdrop into the phone. As a response, my mother called my niece and asked her, "Your aunt said that your parents listens to your phone calls. Is this true?" I just hung my head low. Now she is no longer allowed to speak to her granddaughter (her parents screen the caller id).
I've seen the situation. If the situation warrants child-protective, I would have called. And my niece know that I am always open to her, if she needs help.
How can I get my mother to use a little bit of foresight and reasonable thinking before she inadvertently instigates trouble?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:46 PM on Oct. 11, 2009 in Relationships
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