Please please cheer me up :(
This is terrible
Please please cheer me up :(
This is terrible
Ah well :happysad:
I had a long shower, talked to someone and feel much better. Regret making this thread though. Never mind >.>
I am not a man for lol cats, but everything has its time and place:
If I woulda been on a half hour ago, I would have made you feel better. Fighting is natural, and as long as there isn't weaponry involved, it usually turns out ok. :happysad"
Well, my mum ended up saying she wants to leave etc etc. Idk how it's going to turn out yet, but I'm just dealing with the unpleasantness as well as I can.
Kirbx, Dogar, Midnight and Shadowraven- you guys make me feel so much better though, if only distracting me for a while. :)
I'll be lurking the boards for some time yet, I think.
trixie, parents can be complete assholes.
I'm late but if it ever happens again...
You're not late Nido....
This is really serious. My parents aren't speaking now, and my mother's packed up all her stuff.
It's actually because we were supposed to move, but my dad doesn't want to, somehow. He doesn't "like change", I guess. He didn't lift a finger to help my mother get everything organised and ready to move and kept finding fault with her for the smallest of reasons. She told him that if he thinks whatever she's doing is wrong, he should pitch in and help her, or organize it himself. (Anyway, he prides himself at being good at stuff like that.)
Anyway, it's not like moving is going to be inconvenient for him, in fact it won't make a difference, and it will actually be good for my mother because she won't have such a long commute everyday.
He heard that the nearest stores are much farther away from the other house than it is from here, and he usually does the shopping- he told her that if we move he will not do these things and "you must do everything without making a fuss about it". She was like "How can you say that?" and then he said "Fine, I'm not coming. Do what you want."
That started the whole thing off and they brought up all their past arguments and what not...
And.... I don't know.
I have to go with my mother when she leaves, and both of them aren't relenting at all, so it looks like my family will never be as it was before.
I've always been a daddy's girl too- but this time my mother's in the right. I would never let my husband say something like that to me either. I find it hard to believe my dad is capable of saying all that, I don't know if I can forgive him.
I'm going to miss my dad :(
Well telling your mom to do all the work isn't the worst thing he could say. Most men say it as a matter of fact. Is the money down on the new house already. And Trixie, I think it'll cool over in a little while, I mean, do you think your dad is gonna be willing to find another piece of ass like your mom? He'll go with he flow eventually or be out a woman. That being said, IF they do have to part at least you are an only child and they'll spoil you for their love. There's an anime convention in America coming up....hmmmm haha
Yeah well, creating unnecessary problems is uncalled for.
At the end she said "Fine, I'll just take my daughter and go."
He said,"Good, it'll solve all our problems."
God, I feel like such a baby :-/
He's just angry and saying stupid things. Obviously you aren't a problem to them. Albeit you have a somewhat sick, although kinky, obsession with posting on Pokemon messages boards, but I doubt they know your net life well enough to blame their marital problems on that. You're a nice smart woman Trixie, why in the world would he not care and love you? The answer is he does and is just saying stupid stuff.
I guess I'm old enough now to deal with it- but things like this have never happened to me before.
I hope it gets resolved soon, or I learn to deal with it better, because I hate my life right now.
This thread brings up painful memories for me. :(
Hang in there, Trix. Hopefully it's just another argument that'll get patched up double-quick.
Aww Shadowraven <3 *hugs*
Guess you know what it feels like.
time alone is definitely what your parents need. after mine got divorced, they both became better and wiser people. and they are actually closer than they ever were together. its odd really.
but regardless, i love 'em both, and i forgave the bullshit they put me through :happysad:
Well, it was a long long time ago, but considering my mum went through post-natal depression, got back up on her feet, only to have dad leave her a couple of years later and take everything but the house and the car, it leaves an impact on everyone. At least I was so young when it happened (four years old) that I obviously didn't comprehend most of it, but I did understand and felt his absence.
Argh...this isn't helping me or you at all...happy thoughts, Trix! Happy thoughts!