posted on Jun, 12 2012 @ 05:39 PM
reply to post by Mizzijr
Everything you have stated is only on the surface, deep down it appears there is a lot of
tension, anger, rage and annamosity bubbling away below the surface. Even the younger
girl is passively aggressive...the army has a term for it 'dumb insolence'
I am a mother and i'm telling you - you OWE 'your mother' nothing! you obviously love her
[love is given - respect is earned]....You NEED to give your mother 'tough love' to make her
step up to the plate and be responsible for her two younger children
I don't know what help is available to you in your country. BUT here we do have access
to counsellors. I think you and your mother need to talk, take her out some where [people
around so she can't kick off] Tell her that unless the four of you have 'family counselling'
and that she and the older girl take 'anger management' courses, you are going to remove
yourself from the corrosive atmosphere and live on your own. They will of course be welcome
to call round anytime...BUT it will be your domain and your rules will apply!
Make no mistake the younger girl has issues too and is probably much cleverer at winding
her sister up than you can see.
Hope thats of some help...'families' can be very complicated i wish you all the best in your