Everything was always a problem cause my sis and I have grown really close although, before high school we had a horrible relationship and we have different views, opinions, and way of doing things than my mom. I mean, she tried picking fights just because I didn’t want to take the Witch my broom broke so I became a social worker shirt so you should to go to store and get this same route she takes home. She picked a fight with me cause I wanted to file my own taxes. She picks fights for anything. She just wants to stir up a reaction from us. So we have learned to ignore her and it’s the best way to deal with her and not let her win her game.Now, if we don’t agree with something mother says then we speak up. We’re not silent anymore and it kills her that we are fighting back. She tries to become a victim and tells her family we treat her badly. We stopped putting up with her shit when I turned 21 my sis was 22. After that day she knew she could not control us anymore. If it were up to her she’d have us tied down at home forever. She doesn’t want us to succeed cause that means we would move away and leave her all alone… since she has no friends. She drives everyone away so she only has my sis and I. And it’s sad to say that we, her daughters, are ecstatic that she left to her home country, leaving us alone. Except, we’re not alone. We have our father and his side of the family to share their love. If y’all question where my dad was when we were growing up, well he didn’t really know how bad it was with my mom. Honestly, I was so scared of her that I never really told him how bad it was. Same goes to my sis. I think we did try to tell him once that she was a bit crazy but he thought we were just exaggerating the situation. Well, sorry for such a long answer but there’s just so much to say about my narcissistic mother still much more to say. Growing up with her made me extremely insecure as an adult. It stunts a persons growth in life and I really wish they hadn’t given my mother custody just cause she was the mother. I wish my dad could have seen through her and fought to win custody over us so we wouldn’t be facing all these hardships now. But it is what it is. This is the life I was given so now it’s up to me to make it better.
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