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Is it possible to get over the rage....

Posted by on Dec. 30, 2009 at 8:29 AM
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 For  your adult child?

For 9 mo. my child has been here.

(she brought a bf with her)

DAY 1: Did you bring condoms or do I need to pick some up?"

1 Month . "I'M pregnate"

One thing is very clear

She is here cause she had no other options

"And YOU  owe ME".

She came under false pretentions,


Never intending for a relationship, or

even a mutual Friendship.

 " kiss my ass mom but keep fighting for me"

We got her an apt. Cable , Phone hook up is this week.

She's got a key, electric is on.

2 DAYS AGO.." I asked you not to wash the quilt in the washer it destroys the napp inside

. I asked you to  take it to the laundry.

, Ive been washing it for 8 mo. in the washer.

"So IN 1/2 an hour "free wash" you trashed several hours of  J. busting his ass at work IN THE F COLD, to give you something pretty, and your appreciation could not mount up to 5 FING $'s."

Your a wasteful shit.

"there'll be a day when you'll appreciate money when your child deliberately destroy your property."

 What the fuck.....Children break and destroy things. J.C. Thats what kids do.


 Please all this rage is killing me and has destroyed my 13 y. relationship.

Please advise.



I told her yesterday that she was moving Sat.!

I told her, This is my last bit of advice,

" I've got you as for as I can carry you. If you mess this up, your own your own to deal with it. YOU must stop running and learn to deal with life. You'll never be happy, You'll never know the joy of appreciation and a contented life. You Will Never enjoy...

sitting on your couch and smile as you think to yourself, "MY LIFE is OK."

how do I get rid of the rage when your partner won't even try to understand or hear of it"?



by on Dec. 30, 2009 at 8:29 AM
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by on Dec. 30, 2009 at 8:05 PM

wow!     but YES you can and will get over the rage. 

I must say you have alot to deal with...  I am so sorry youre going thru this NOT FAIR to you--

I am going thru some things as well but not like yours but I can definatley sympathize with you..  I dont know all the right things to say except one thing for sure--DO NOT let her get to you.  NU uh! No way!   You have other people in your life that need you to be whole for them as well as your own sanity. 

Sounds selfish like my daughter.   They will always come back to us as long as they THINK they can- until we DO NOT ALLLOW them to use us anymore- thats when they'll stop.  Good for you on teling her to move out that is step one. 


Without Christ we are blind and stumbling for answers... 

by on Jan. 1, 2010 at 8:09 AM


I am new to this group and although my daughter is still in High School, she is 18 and therefore is "grown". I am the softie and her stepfather is not!! I can certainly symapthize with you and although she has not gone to the extremes that your daughter has.She will not keep her room or our bathroom clean and when we tell her to it starts world war 3 to the point that she actually told my husband to F-off the other day!!

Just try to hang in there and be strong in having her move out if she cant respect you or your house. easy to say hard to do, I know.

by on Jan. 4, 2010 at 2:03 PM

 Thanks girls.

   ..............It's always sunny under my umbrella............

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