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By Anonymous - / Sunday 6 January 2013 21:35 / Sweden - Staffanstorp
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  havingalaugh  |  9

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  poccocurantes  |  7

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  Catkam623  |  27

I believe that what op was trying to say was that although having cared for his mother she did not feel very affectionate toward him by calling him an embarrassment just because at 31 he wasn't ready for a commitment.

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  MrSassypants  |  31

#41 No one has to ask someone something for them to speak, but if we must follow the idiotic "Don't speak unless spoken to" logic, who asked you? I don't think anyone did so don't use that "No one asked you" shit.

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  poccocurantes  |  7

That's OK Mrsassypants. I think 41 is still impressed with seeing his football uniform on the Internet. And OP, I hope my anecdote about my mom caring for her elderly parent helps you realize you are not alone, it can be very trying. I hope it at least helps as much as "who asked you." as philosophically deep as that is.

By  Fierycorn  |  9

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  XxDevilxXGt  |  26

I'm not sure those things relate in any way in this situation. OP was simply surprised and dissapointed as to what her mother thought. Not to be harsh but, the mother seemed pretty ignorant as to what mattered in life, and didn't bother to help him at all with his future after she died.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

Or depending on your beliefs, she may have undergone reincarnation and may have lived and ultimately neutral life so is in or is going to be in an exactly the same place. Or she could always become an untouchable for not standing by her family enough.

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  SuperDanielNL  |  23

Being in a better place doesn't pay OP's groceries. Perhaps he has it financially rough because he took time to care for her. Besides being an "embarassment" for not having kids at the time the will was made doesn't seem like a reason to deny inheritance. I'am sorry for your loss, but you got screwed over.

By  Steel_BZ  |  8

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  HotaruGunso  |  19

Maybe the mother shouldn't be ungrateful and judgmental of her son just because he wasn't married at that time. I understand respecting the dead and all, but come on.

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  XxDevilxXGt  |  26

Greedy for assuming something that should be a given from a family member who you cared for? It's not like Op sent her to an old people's home, she took care of her mother.

By  generalasskicker  |  12

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