Nobody can push my buttons like my kid. When I need my space and lock myself into my room because I am going crazy, he picks the lock and comes into my room to push some more buttons. I know my limits and when I need to back off. Problem is, nobody else respects my limits. I feel like lashing out physically, that's how wound up I am right now. He is slovenly, whiney, lazy, and dirty. He is capable of doing so much better at school but gives zero effort. When I talk to my ex, it's my fault he's the way he is, when he takes NO parenting responsibility. I JUST WANT TO SCREAM RIGHT NOW. I WANT TO LASH OUT! I can't make him shut up! And the more he goes on, the more upset I get. I have enough problems already battling fibromyalgia, dealing with a boyfriend with baggage, financial problems because I have ZERO income. I have tried to stay positive about everything and trudge along. I hide my problems from my son as much as I can so he can concentrate on hockey and being a kid. When I run out of glasses, I can be sure to find most of them in his room. Half glasses of juice growing mold in them. Prohibiting him from taking glasses into his room is fruitless. He just does what he wants. I HATE HIM TODAY!
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