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By Ffs mum - / Saturday 25 November 2017 05:00 /
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By  JasonThorn  |  8

"Translation, Mom--'I needed the flimsiest excuse possible to indulge and wanted to send you on a guilt trip since you provided it.' If a sigh is too negative for you to deal with, then good luck dealing with an uncaring world. ELSEWHERE."

By  Dave_Davington  |  27

I see you didn't use a comma in your username. That's it, I can't it anymore. You've driven me take up public masturbation once again. Good job. Before, I was on the road to recovery, but now a bunch of kids and old ladies are going to see me furiously bashing my man burrito in the middle of the street, and you're solely to blame. I hope you're proud of yourself, you terrible person, you.

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By  JasonThorn  |  8

"Translation, Mom--'I needed the flimsiest excuse possible to indulge and wanted to send you on a guilt trip since you provided it.' If a sigh is too negative for you to deal with, then good luck dealing with an uncaring world. ELSEWHERE."

By  Dave_Davington  |  27

I see you didn't use a comma in your username. That's it, I can't it anymore. You've driven me take up public masturbation once again. Good job. Before, I was on the road to recovery, but now a bunch of kids and old ladies are going to see me furiously bashing my man burrito in the middle of the street, and you're solely to blame. I hope you're proud of yourself, you terrible person, you.

By  OCD_NME  |  15

Use your new power over her for evil only. But seriously, let her know that you like having power over her then watch it disappear instantly. She will either have to admit that it's her or that her child can manipulate her into drinking. It sounds shady but thats only because I'm not nice.

By  MollyTheCat  |  13

Your mom is just looking for an excuse to drink. I have no doubt that even if you didn’t sigh she’d find a reason for wine. But something tells me you knew that.

By  8djht8  |  19

don't get down, most people can't accept responsibility and like to blame others. if she cared about you she would stick to her commitments and not drink when she said she wouldn't. that may not be true but its equally true to what she said.

By  MitiMiki  |  11

I highly recommend you explore Al-Anon, which is a support group for the family members of alcoholics. They will help you understand that no matter what your mother tells you, her relapse is NOT your fault. Alcohol is sinister and cunning, and alcoholics will justify a relapse for any reason they can come up with. Don't give up on her, it is a tough addiction, but sobriety can start again. Encourage her to go to a meeting and let her know you support her and love her. Good luck.

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