O/k...so I needed someone to talk to on Friday..and my mom tells me that she will call me on the weekend and a good friend was at the dr with her kids. So my friend called me back later that night and all is ok for now. I start to relax and somewhat enjoy my weekend. So on Sunday my mom calls and I start to tell her that I am feeling low. She starts to compare my feelings to the military men and women that are fighting in Iraq. O/k don't get me wrong here, I understand and support what they are doing for all of us over there. My mom is comparing apples to oranges. I have not gotten much support from her when I was going up, I got mad and we just kind of ended the conversation there. She is out of the state, but I thought that there would be something there so I could lean on her. I mean she had 2 kids. I just don't want to talk to her about it anymore, not about the dr office visits or anything. Where did my support go?
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