Other than that, I will start going to UCL uni in October to get masters in Information Management with Business.
Rate your life on a scale from 0 to 10. I would say 9 and the reason I didn't 10 is because of my mom.
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I can relate to the abuse as growing up I had 2 parents who were highly abusive but for different reasons...
luckily i chose to remove myself and sever all ties to those who were toxic in my life and it became better for it.. however my mother died which I wasn't bothered about, my father still tries to ruin my life whenever and however he can..
but the problems i face now are health issues more likely as a result of much of what happened during my childhood experiences...
so life for me has been difficult and has had its' ups and downs but being stubborn and knowing when to cut those who would be toxic to you out of your life is important.. and necessary for you to finally live a happy and worthwhile life
I hope you are able to finally be free of the bad things in life as no one deserves that experience
My mom doesn't listen to me, she wants me to be like everyone else, but I of all people know that I don't have the time to spend my life doing something I hate. She wants me to get a job that pays minimum wage, but I know I won't like it. Slavery is over, nobody should have to work their ass off only to get treated like shit and get paid nothing. No matter how many times I tell her, she never listens to anything I say, and my dad barely even knows me. My parents are holding me back, I'm trying to make myself as happy as possible, but they are always there to pull me back down. I'd rather have to get by on the amount of money I have now until I find a job I like than work a job I know I'll hate and is nothing more than a waste of my time because it pays nothing. It's not going well, but I will cut my parents out of my life for good once I have the money to leave them.
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What does she say when she screams at you? Maybe she wants to be heard. She obviously has a problem, even if she doesn't say it directly.
It is difficult for a child to cope with a parent like her. You are managing well though if you've rated your life 9. I would rate my childhood a 5 due to my parents too. Maybe you could find a moment and talk to her calmly. Get under her skin, find out what's wrong with her. Some children are wiser than their parents. If need seek professional help. The other alternative is to leave her home if you really feel emotionally abused. This was what I did.
Mostly good, with some anxiety over what I’m going to do with my life.
Currently, the only frustration I have family-wise is with my older siblings. We don’t see eye-to-eye on much of anything because one is irrational and self-centered, while the other thinks they’re entitled to being idolized despite making no effort to maintain a familial relationship (ex: ignoring phone calls, and acting like said calls never occurred) and thinks it’s okay to insult you, yet stays mad forever if you return the insults.
The usual. Lol.