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  countryrose92  |  23

For my plan it doesn't cost to change my number, it's just a hassle. But it costs to block numbers, so invest in caller ID, ask him to stop then report him for harassment if he continues. Oh, and ill just use a lighter to BURN HIM WITH FIRE!!

  fksfsdhfsdfh  |  26

What should her secondary burning method be? Chemicals?

  AKGirlinSD  |  20

Or, she can block her mom to get thru to her by using an app. It's fairly simple. Hell, there's an app out there that allows unlimited texting and calls, but your phone will be sending out as if you have an entirely different number. I wish I could remember the name of the app. I feel badly for OP; she can't even trust her own mother.


Not all people have phones that work with apps. Some of us are still resisting smart phones of all types, so apps aren't always an option. (Horrors of horrors, I know, but you know what? I can run over my dinosaur phone several times with only a scratch or two, and it STILL WORKS)

  Fsvb  |  32

I just think it's horrible. It must be very hard and difficult to get out of an abusive relationship (so I've heard) and normally family and friends encourage someone to get out of an abusive relationship and are there for that person once they've succeeded. But with a mom like this, it must become a lot harder :/

  nature_girl_08  |  14

139: you're quite right. the problem with abusive relationships, though, is that often the abusive party has a kind public face; the only person who sees how awful they are is the person they're abusing. quite often, they alternate between abuse and loving attitudes, and/or make the abused party feel as though it's their fault because they've done something wrong, which is why so many women (and men) steadfastly stand behind their abusive partner. it's mental brainwashing, and be a very, very difficult situation to come out of. the fact that OP's mother has decided to intervene in this way simply shows she's either completely dense or never saw that side of him. either way, I would block said abuser's number and have a very long talk with the mother.

By  ViviMage  |  38

Block his number? Comcast is *60

  junkman6  |  22

I was wondering why she didn't just block the number. I've had stalker exs before and blocking their number is always better than changing your number.

By  LebanonBaby  |  26

LOL way to go mom ! -.-

  TheManager  |  6

37- The comments section is the place for jokes. Even the most depressing FMLs can be made light of in the land of comments. Her comment wasn't down voted because it was offensive or off color... It was merely bland and unoriginal. :p

  Axel5238  |  29

Possible, but considering it's concerning abuse jokes are in poor taste. If it was an fml regarding sexual assault and rape you would find something funny?

  LebanonBaby  |  26

Well i apoligise if i offeded anyone or my comment seemed rude but i wasnt making fun or joking about abuse... I had no bad intentions at all :) i thought her mom giving him her number after he changed it was a bit funny, and thats aside from the abuse ! Im very sorry :)

  Lionesse  |  15

#79... Lighten up and get the stick out of your ass. I get that some FML's are really really FYL, but it's on a damn website for God's sake, where you share your misfortune with the world. If someone didn't want it made fun of or poked at, don't post it on FML. Abuse or rape is never funny, but as I said before, don't post it on a website that's meant to be taken lighthearted, and OP probably knew jokes would be cracked and random things written. So.. Yeah.

By  buddy51  |  23

OP-Don't be fooled twice! It's time to change your number again and this time don't tell the one who is the REAL problem... your betraying mom!! Leave the abusive guy and the betraying mom and you will be fine! Courage!!! You can do it!!

  NickaPLZ  |  26

You got that right!