I'm ready to go off on my mom. She was always "June Cleavery" and I come from a good family, good morals, no abuse, etc. I should have nothing to complain about but it drives me up the wall that she ALWAYS has a fricken migraine at every family function, if we go out of town, every time, everywhere. It got to where we place wagers on Mom getting a headache. My Mom is also accident prone to the point of being a hypochondriac. My aunt is also a hypo, and if anything happens to my aunt, Mom gripes about it to everyone. She says things like "I fell down so she had to go and fall down worse, she just wants attention." She makes a huge deal out of how my aunt acts and she is twice as bad. I have bitten my tongue for a long time because if I say anything at all it's always "Have you been taking your meds?" I have no right to get angry because I'm bipolar and on meds. I guess I'm so pissed right now because she wants me to help her paint a room in a couple of days and then I'm supposed to help her make this huge dinner for my dads lodge meeting and I know both days, she's gonna get hurt or have a damn migraine. Someone please straighten me out. I have no problems compared to alot of other people, so why is this driving me completely insane?
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