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How rude. If my mother did that to me, I'd pretend to be asleep. If she continuously knocked, I'd probably say some very nasty things to her. Hopefully you were able to get back to sleep OP.
Talking wakes me the fuck up very fast. If you have an inkling that I'm sleeping, and you wake me up without good reason, I'll have some choice words. Not because the relationship is unhealthy, but because I have a point to drive home: sleep time is sleep time. Sometimes politeness just didn't convey the importance. sup Stop being so touchy mom's feelings, and factor in OP's too. Mom was in the wrong here.
#12, my mother and I have never gotten along well for many reasons. Just because we have never been "best friends" doesn't mean anything in my relationship with my husband and my children since we have a good relationship. If I know my kids are asleep, I leave them alone. If I need to check on them, I'm quiet about it. End of discussion.
Also #12, questioning someone on their parenting or their "adultness of a parent" is kind of a dick move. My children are very respectable kids. My son opens the door for elders if he is strong enough, no matter who they are. My daughter is successful and has a bright future ahead. We are in the process of moving and my daughter has already made sure she'll be caught up for next school year at our new home. My husband and I have a very healthy relationship as well. Please butt out.
#18, it is really hard to respect somebody who has had no support in anything that I've done with my life. My dad is the complete opposite. He loves my husband and my two children. My mom loves my kids and that's about it, besides loving herself. I grew up with every morning being told, "Get up stupid. You need to go to school and try and get smarter." My favorite was, "Your report card came in the mail, and I'm quite surprised that someone like you can get straight A's." My mother has never been nice to me; she has never said anything positive to me or about me. She is constantly putting me down. She deserves no respect at all. The only reason she was invited to the wedding is because it made my dad happy.
The only times I've yelled at my mom is when she's come into my room unannounced just to make random annoying ass noises. My mom never knocks, like ever. And she's caught me masturbating because I THOUGHT everyone had gone to bed, but no she just bursts through the door like she's a queen or something. Now if you come in and wake me up, I'm not going to be as dickish as number one; I might go back to sleep because I'll probably think it's one of the dogs or something. And I have to agree with 14, I don't want anything to do with my parents, but unfortunately I can't afford to support myself financially, and it is hard to respect someone who respects nothing about you (which my parents do not, and I am 21 before anyone jumps on my back about "if you're young then your parents blah blah blah"). So yeah, maybe OP of the comment hates their parents, I hate mine, but because I can't do shit without them invading my privacy, I just try to stay as far as possible from them.
#26, I know how you feel. My mom is so paranoid, she actually thought I was sneaking out of the house when I was actually trying to quietly get a glass of milk. Apparently the fridge door and the front door sound the same to her. I don't get it. Literally, the only reason I have my mom in my life is because it makes my father happy. If my dad wasn't here, she'd be cut off from my life and my children's lives.
If you're not dying or I'm not about to leave for the airport. Don't wake me up. And if you are dying, go to someone else
My parents always taught me and my sister to never, ever wake them up unless there was a fire or someone was dying. I was always the type of kid to push the limit on rules, but even I knew to take this one seriously. Thankfully, it always went both ways. Sleep is a sacred thing in our household. (I didn't really learn to appreciate it until around middle school, though.)
I suppose its payback for all the times you woke her up when you were younger. My momma does the same thing.