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I'm super Sad- crying, which I never do. My mother has final

I'm super Sad- crying, which I never do. My mother has finally stopped talking to me. It's been a long time coming. She blames me for everything wrong in her life. We were going to start counselling, but now that she has cut off communication, I guess it's over.

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SpinningFlower's picture
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May 15

@Mighty_mert That is very hard especially it being your parent, especially when there is only one. But unlike her, you can have a better life, her existence will always be cold, will always be full of drama. I cant see how they can ever be happy. I don't think these people in what I have seen, are truly ever happy, but you can make your life better by making a life without them. You gave them a chance, we all did, and they didn't appreciate it. Its not like you never tried. We all tried to make a good relationship with them, but they don't want that. There is no other choice then to set yourself free and make a better life for yourself.

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jim111's picture
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May 15

@SpinningFlower
They ARE the wall! And you know where talking to a wall will get you? No where..... So it's best to leave the wall and go out to open spaces and freedom. Narcs aren't normal people. Create a space between you and them. Or cut those ties completely. Because they will just make you miserable for life.

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SpinningFlower's picture
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May 15

@jim111 Yes Jim it never lasts, they can 'act' the part of what you want. But its not real. They only do it to make the peace, because they know in time they will get their way again. Its all like a balance beam. They cant have it all drama constantly, they need that balance. I think sometimes they like to see you happy so they can take it all away.

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