I really hate her... for alot of reasons...
I am really upset at her.. I felt that i have achieved nothing in life and hate myself for it... I also hate her for ruining and wasting 4 years my life... I hate her for making me feel like a dog in the house rather than a human... I really envy the parents of my friends.. they are so supportive of their child's ambitions and dreams... I am always putting on a smiling face that hides my anger really well... I really don't know what to do in singpore anymore...
Thanks for reading through my F***ed up life... Please suggest something or advice... No trolls please... I know some forumers are really jackasses... although most are nice... Thanks!!!
Yup, life sucks. The question is, what are you going to do about it?
Do you want to wallow in self pity the rest of your life , or are you going to make the best of it from now on?
Whining about your mom is not going to change what she is. Yes, she is stupid, yes she don't know how to make good decisions. Yes she fucked up your life. But she cannot dictate your future.
You hate life now because you feel helpless, out of control, victimized. But all these shall change when you gain financial independence. You have your brain and two hands and hopefully your health.
Do not envy the life of others, envying only cause more resentment inside you. Just remember that everything happened for a reason.
Your mom cannot teach what she doesn't know.
She cannot give what she doesn't have- happiness, wisdom, wealth.
Unrealistic expectations of her will only lead to disappointments.
Mentally, leave her behind.. and just do what you are obligated to do as her child.
For crying out loud, you're behaving like a cry baby. At 23, you're mature enough to stand up and be counted or else get yourself counted out. Whinging all day and all night until the cows come home won't change your situations, instead it turns you into a sad sack.
Find out why your mother is behaving such a way that claw on your nerves. Is it because of your father passing that made her what she is not use to be. Losing a loved one takes time to heal. If you knew she stole your money then keep it in a safe place or get a lock. Avoid topics that both of you can't agreed with.
Move out,start new.