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Sep 10, 2004, 10:48 AM
Hi everyone I have a question and I would like evryones opinions please:
I have recently got kicked out of my home and now living in a bedsit and my mum was really harsh to me she never waved or said hi, or even asked how I was or doing and I think that she doesn't care and we never got on anyway but recently she actually waved while she went past in the car so does that mean that she does actually care or not and I can't go down there to find out becaz my mind says don't bother u will be ok on ur own but my heart says go down to see her what should I do?
Sep 10, 2004, 01:21 PM
= \ This reminds me of my dad. I'm not saying "take your mom's side" or anything like that.
I would wait to find out though, As much as you want to see her I would just wait. My dad can screem and yell at me and the next day think he can say "hi" to me as if nothing was wrong.
Some people have the nerve to just forget everything and start over. Maybe your mom is takeing it slowly or maybe she really dose miss you alot.
I don't no your whole story. I can't think of much. But the advice I can give you is just be polite, wave back or something, y'no maybe you can form back a friendship... it may not be like the bond you thought you could have or even have but at the very least you could not be against one another. Be friends.
Sep 10, 2004, 01:33 PM
yeah I see what u mean and no u don't know the whole story lol thanks for the advice and I think that I will wait a while.
Oct 5, 2004, 09:02 PM
I couldhelp you out more if I knew what was done for you to be kicked out of your parents' house. You're mom waveing to you while she drove by is a sign that she still loves and cares about you. Parents are mad at their children for only for a moment. Sure that moment can seem like forever but their love for the child lasts forever.
Even if it seems the parent dosn't deep down nothing can sever the love for what you have created.
Oct 6, 2004, 09:47 PM
Hmm, you might try calling her. I have a very bad relationship with my own mother, and as regretable as it is, it is a relationship that will never get alll the way better. But try giving her a call and maybe tell her that you still love her no matter where you live or what has happened. Hope that helps some :( .
Oct 6, 2004, 09:53 PM
Two things I would do, had our paths been each others:
1.) Try to reconcile with her from a distance first. She might be genuine, but then again-- when can you trust people?
2.) Use punctuation!
Two things I would do had I been the guy who brought this back:
1.) Realize that this had been inactive for a while now.
2.) Not post in it because of that.
Oct 7, 2004, 09:29 PM
I wouldn't have played the part of the necroposter if I had known this was an old thread. I'll read the dates on the threads for now on. I apologyse and hope everything went well with him.
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