A cautionary tale

By Anonymous - 17/12/2022 03:00 - Canada - Exeter

Today, my parents still think they can control me. I’m 27, married, and have a son. Even after all the abuse and trauma over the years, they still think that everything is fine. That they did their “best”. Why do they think this is right, and think they should have any right to my son or even see him? FML
I agree, your life sucks 1 122
You deserved it 143

Same thing different taste

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You can tell them that their "best" sucked and get a restraining order. Tell your son that your parents are time travelers and are living as prehistoric cave-dwellers. That ought to cause some laughs at school, but be more interesting than the truth that they are just *****.

sweetie, this is how abusive people be. Overly entitled, overly opinionated and controlling. depending on where you are in the world, is it possible to get a restraining order? if anything, if you don't have cameras on the outside of your house, get some. Also, go No Contact. Change your number, block them and all associated with them, everywhere because guarenteed if they can't get to you, they will get people to spy on you for them. good luck xx

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You can tell them that their "best" sucked and get a restraining order. Tell your son that your parents are time travelers and are living as prehistoric cave-dwellers. That ought to cause some laughs at school, but be more interesting than the truth that they are just *****.

sweetie, this is how abusive people be. Overly entitled, overly opinionated and controlling. depending on where you are in the world, is it possible to get a restraining order? if anything, if you don't have cameras on the outside of your house, get some. Also, go No Contact. Change your number, block them and all associated with them, everywhere because guarenteed if they can't get to you, they will get people to spy on you for them. good luck xx

It's because you're living rent free in their spare room.