Ok, my mom seriously has something wrong with her. I have bi-polar but she has something way worse. My aunt thinks she is schizophrenic. How do you deal with your parents and your own problems? My mom remained with her 2nd husband even after I told her he had sexually abused me and my sister. In her mind she believes that I told her to stay with him. Granted even if I did I was 11 when I told her everything. I am so sick of hearing from people who have "normal" parents that "OH, but she's your Mom you should be thankful you have one". Ugghhh....the thing is she is not like other mom's no hugs or talking with her...she is miss negativity about everything. Plus, she is delusional and paranoid. Sorry, for venting but I had to deal with her for 3 straight days this week because my Grandma died. Of course she made the whole thing about herself too.
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