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I hate my mother

by virtus

Well, she slapped me today. I was about to punch that b****. But then my father stepped in and saved the day. Woohoo. What an epic love story! (I’m about 6’0″ and 200 pounds and my mom is 5’8″ and about 140 pounds so I could’ve done some damage) god I hate them. They don’t understand me. They make me so angry I literally can’t even see I’m so mad. What idiots. They should seriously not be parents. My god.


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StruggleOn 4/2/2014 - 9:17 pm

I guess I’ve discussed this with a few times here and there. I have concluded ‘my parents do not deserve to be called parents’. In a technical way, yes they are. But the mistreatment I’ve endured [as well as many others] I don’t think is very justifiable. And somebody who treats a kid with absolutely no care, can’t be a [proud] guardian by any standard.

I don’t hate them for not understanding me, I must admit, I am a very difficult person to understand. The part I hate, is that they don’t even make an attempt to try and understand me. It’s always conclusions and assumptions. Picking out the worst bits of me. Comparing me to other unfortunate kids, but calling my innate self worse.

Yeah, the most epic love story ever. They do say ‘love hurts’. [Joke there].

Well, I wish the best for you. I know how bad of a situation this is.

virtus 4/2/2014 - 9:32 pm

I agree about the understanding stuff. Thanks for commenting and good luck to you too.

desttiinnyy07 4/8/2014 - 4:08 am

Hey, I’m just reading and I can relate to what you’ve said about wanting to hit back or wanting to stand up for yourself. I live with my aunt and when I was younger like a few years ago I always wanted to hit her if she hit me or chased me but it got better and she went to anger management classes. I’m not sure why your mom slapped you but regardless hitting your children or the kids you care for is wrong. It makes us feel worthless and weak, right? :/ well I you ever want to talk my kik is: desttiinnyy07
And I’m 17, and a girl:

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