Why Is Being Like This To Me

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Why Is Being Like This To Me

Post by logan » Fri Oct 05, 2012 7:19 pm

ok here it is.. first my mom never hits me. me and my bother got into a fight at mcdonalds we threw ketchup on each other.im older im 15 he is 13. i got some ketchup on some woman clothes and my mom had to reinburst her for the damage. my mom freak out on me told me i was a immature baby and my brother to in front of people in mcdonlads. Leaving mcdonalds she told us that she should get us some pacifers and some pampers and a playpen. people were looking at me. like she was right. she took away my x box my i pod and cell i cant go out on weekends now. on the car ride home she is yelling at us telling us when she goes to wallmart she should buy us a crib and stuff.telling me we made her look like a bad mother shes being a total bitch to me.

Can i turn her into CPS for abuse saying those things to me? isnt it slander or something saying lies about someone. saying i need pampers and making me look bad in public.For the record he started it my brother not me. its not fair shes doing this. she took away my games and i cant go out now cause of that bitch. i want her to chill out and respect me

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Re: Why Is Being Like This To Me

Post by Mibbz » Wed Oct 31, 2012 1:12 am

I can relate to your point of view, although, I'm the youngest of the family. I refer to my brother -- older by one year -- as a three year old, because he acts completely and unbelievably immature. It baffles me to believe I'm the younger one, what with his constant poking and hitting.. and all because he's "bored." Anyways, I don't think your mom is being completely inappropriate here. I also believe that it is not only your brother's fault, but yours. Now, I admit, when fights break out between me and my brother, I blame him almost instantly, but I know I'm part of the problem. I never claim to be completely innocent and never will, because I'm not stupid. For crying out loud.. you guys got ketchup on a stranger's clothes.. that's a little excessive. If you want her to cool down and loosen her grip on the chain, you're no doubt going to have to regain her trust and prove you not only deserve to have what is a privilege, but that you're sorry for acting so childish and embarrassing all three of you, and that you're responsible enough to actually own up to it. However, that doesn't excuse her behavior, either. I say you also confront her on it by telling her she's being irrational about her decision on how to react to such a humiliating experience. After all, it's embarrassing for you both.
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