My mum fucks me off iin

She thinks she knows how I feel and what I want.

She usually tells me well I don't think you would feel that...blah blah blah or like that etc..

I'm like thinking hey why don't you fucking ask me how I feel? She just assumes and it pmo

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  • Of course it's normal, you're obviously a teenager so everyone and everything pisses you off!

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  • I had to read that twice until I realized it said "fuck" instead of what I was thinking. LOL

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  • Yes, I hate it when people do that! I think it's rude, and completely invalidating when a person presumes to tell another person just how that other person feels. I've heard lots of people say this sort of invalidation comes from a parent, and particularly a mother. I don't think she ought to do that. It's really an awful thing to do.

    Perhaps sometime you can ask her how she would like it if someone else did that to her?

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    • once I joked to her saying "you know how I feel eh?"

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      • What did she say?

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        • Well it was on a particular topic/dating

          She said well you don't like to talk about it as its a big thing for you.

          I said well you or my sister never ask me about anything. I am an open book

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          • Um hmm... yeah, I don't generally don't like it when people speak for me, unless of course they're right in their assertions. I'm the only one who can decide if someone is right about that sort of thing in regards to myself.

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            • I mean don't get me wrong, I used to feel anxious talking about it

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  • Yes it's normal for moms to do that, but it's also obnoxious as hell.

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  • My mom is really getting what she thinks I would want and instead of asking me she just assumes, it's annoying cause I always pay for it when she gets home. For example she was going to a burger place and I always get a double plain cheese burger with frys. Well I told her i wanted one and she goes what burger side you want and um like I don't care anyways she brought me a single paddy one. And then she accidently sat in the fucked and squished all my fries.

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    • sat in the fucked? hmm...interesting

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  • It's always annoying when people make such assumptions, and parents are unfortunately particularly prone to doing so, since they believe they know their children very well.

    Could it be that you're a typically uncommunicative teen who never clearly expresses your desires or opinions? If you communicate only with grunts and eye-rolls, parents will often do their best to fill in the gaps. Being only human and not endowed with telepathic powers, they'll often get it wrong.

    You could stick to having temper tantrums and stomping off in a rage when your mother gets it wrong, or you could try to calmly communicate your feelings and desires.

    I leave it to you to decide which is more likely to have a positive outcome in the long run.

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    • I ain't no teen.

      I'm 24 and she still assumes smh -_-

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      • Some parents have major problems accepting that their kids are adults and people in their own right.

        Until you have a child of your own, it's difficult to understand what it's like to be a parent. Many mothers bond very closely with their children and see them as extensions of themselves. That closeness is a positive thing when the kid is young, but some parents - mothers, in particular - find it very difficult to detach once the kid has grown up.

        It seems to me that what it comes down to is that your mother is the person she is. Maybe she'll come to understand that you are a separate person and she doesn't know you as well as she believes she does, but you can't make that happen. The only thing you can do is try to accept that she is how she is.

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  • You might want to edit this sentence while you still can, kid, "She thinks I know how I feel and what I want".

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