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Kooy
July 6th, 2017, 10:02 PM
So i ask a question and because I should just know everything all ready and so i just ended up getting yelled at. I tried leaving back to my room and my mother fallowed me and riped ny blanket off demanding i go back into the living room or she would cut the power in my room off (i have a hand crank battery pack thats how im on) she cused and thranted me for not leaving my room.. I ended up getting a 200 year old watch thrown at my face...

Dalcourt
July 6th, 2017, 10:21 PM
Seems your Mom has some anger issues.
Well my Dad often starts yelling or gets really mad over nothing and the only thing to escape further trouble is developing strategies and play along.
Like if he yells and I wanna leave and he tells me to stay the fuck right where I am, I just do as he says. When I obey and he can't seem to find a new reason for an argument he just leaves it after a while.
Sure this thing can be annoying and it's a game of trial and error but there's only two ways to survive abusive parents: leave for good or find strategies to avoid unnecessary confrontations

Just JT
July 7th, 2017, 07:29 AM
This sounds like it's pretty normal behavior for your mom huh?

Snowfox
July 8th, 2017, 03:04 PM
Kooy seriously you should get out of that place. I mean its not healthy environment to you. Dont you have some other relatives like siblings or cousins or what ever whom you can tell whats happening and maybe you could live there for a while. Your mom needs help as you do as well.
I really hope that it gets better for you and it pisses me of that I cant help directly.

Rguy123
July 25th, 2017, 10:36 PM
Sad to hear that happening to you. you should get out or seek help

Ragle
July 29th, 2017, 01:02 AM
someone should introduce her to anger management or similar projects

Freckles
July 30th, 2017, 10:16 PM
WOW!!!! Sounds like she has serious issues. Is she a drinker or drug user? Here's where you should talk to your school counselor or nurse. They may be able to talk to people to get your mom some help. I have my doubts that she will seek help for herself and probably doesn't even realize she has a problem. You don't deserve to go through that at all.

jamie_n5
August 22nd, 2017, 09:01 PM
I feel for you if all these things are happening to you. I am beginning to wonder myself however because you have so many sympathy type posts all over VT. I hope you aren't just making up stories for something to do on here. I am a very caring and understanding guy. I think you can ask many people on here what they think of me and I would guess almost all positive. All I am asking of you is to be honest. We are all here to help each other my friend don't abuse that.