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Right as the clock hits 12:00, January 1.... OP - "Hey babe guess what my new years resolutions is. I'm only changing one thing in my life." OP's boyfriend - "Hmm I don't know babe what is it?" OP - "You."

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They were probably just at the same party together, she might not have done anything in particular to make the mother remember her by. You don't necessarily need to do something big for someone to remember you. My ex's mother still remembers me 4 years later walking past her on the street and we only met twice.

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63, that's not a "momma bear" instinct. That's an immature instinct. A mature adult wouldn't do something unfair. I know my mom would never do such a thing to someone that's hurt me.

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#3 is completely right, though it's probably best not to phrase it like that. That "coach" has to have bosses. Refuse any unfair bullshit, and if she threatens you in some way (like kicking you off the team) just complain to whoever's higher up. You've got the whole team on your side as witnesses.

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In an ideal world, yes. Unfortunately, in authoritarian set ups like schools, work, etc you are expected to "salute the uniform, not the man", and make a pretence of respect for someone in a higher position, even if they are a complete dickwad.

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I would love to see that. Just as she tells her to run 10 laps she jumps on her in pure rage and beats her to the ground. Absolute horror for everyone there. Except me. :)

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While I don't agree with an ass beating, I will say don't listen to her OP. Back in high school when I played football my coach tried making me run laps for an incident that didn't involve school nor did it involve football. I told my coach he doesn't have the authority to single me out over something non football related. I took my gear off and I went home. Next day at practice they didn't say a damn thing to me and allowed me to continue my training. People like that shouldn't be coaches.

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Also, speaking from experience, some coaches do not like when you make them feel equal to you. It's fucked up. They act like they're better than you and more important than you are. They'll talk down to you in ways that makes them feel entitled. That was one major problem I had. I feel like everyone, old or young, are equal. I fucking despise people that think because they're the "coach", their lives and time on this earth mean more than your own. I have a huge problem being subordinate to fucks like that. OP don't allow her to push you around. You don't have to deal with her bullshit just because she used to play soccer 30 years ago. I'm not telling you to be an asshole, I'm just saying don't allow her to play out her twisted revenge scheme. Seriously fuck people who do that. They abuse their "power" by singling out people for all the wrong reasons. You aren't a sheep, you aren't a dog, she is not your master so don't fucking let her get away with it. Stand up for yourself, OP, sports aren't worth losing your dignity. Good luck. Stand strong and stand proud.

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