I'm not talking about a husband, but from only family, my sister and mother. I know what's wrong with me (maxillofacial lower face), and I don't have the enormous amount of money to get it fixed. Can't get insurance to cover. The problem, my sister and mother are constantly reminding me to fix this problem that I have had since a small child (I am now 42 years old). How do I move on?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 2:41 PM on Jul. 10, 2010 in Relationships
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Well I would say the first thing to do is stop letting someone else opinion put a value on YOUR self worth. You've got to know that when they remind you of an issue, it is really them admitting they cannot mature further thoughts past the matter and act in love. Talk to them, let them know how you feel. Communication is a must. Most family members will understand and lovingly leave the situation alone. Even if this is not the case with your family, you always remember to know yourself better than anyone else. If you know who you are, then no one can tell you what you are not.
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