The relationship with my mum is over Watch

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Me and my mum have never gotten along and have had many problems. For the past few months she has been with a guy and from the start I have said that I never wanted him in the house while I’m here.

Today she told me he is spending the night, I stormed out the house for a while and after a long argument on the phone and threatening police involvement if I don’t come home, I am now back. I told her that if she lets him stay the night my relationship with her is done, we have been getting along fine over the past few weeks and I was soon to be in counselling to sort out my issues. I’m done with that now.

The main reason I don’t want him here is because she doesn’t have a very good history with men most of which where abusive is one way or another. She swears he’s different but I don’t trust her at all.

If he spends the night I’m done with her. I will never try to get along with her ever again.
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if you're a guy, beat the **** out of him or find someone who will.
if you're a girl stay at my house
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If she wants him there that's her business. You shouldn't pose ultimatums on her just because you don't like this guy.
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Anonymous #3
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if she keeps going back to abusive men, just leave the house and work or some sh''
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I get your frustration and worry. But you have nerve haha.
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I understand that you want to protect your mom... but I don't think it's your place to tell her if her boyfriend can or can't spend the night. On top of that you can't end your relationship with your mom over some stupid boyfriend! Tell her how you really feel about the situation!
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I understand that you want to protect your mom... but I don't think it's your place to tell her if her boyfriend can or can't spend the night. On top of that you can't end your relationship with your mom over some stupid boyfriend! Tell her how you really feel about the situation!
I don’t wanna protect her im protecting me, she can do what she wants, I’m not getting involved in her bs again because I’ve trusted her in the past and it always goes wrong.
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well I don't like my mums bf either but there's nothing that u can do about it
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well I don't like my mums bf either but there's nothing that u can do about it
This isn’t the first time she’s done something like this I’m done with it.
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I don’t wanna protect her im protecting me, she can do what she wants, I’m not getting involved in her bs again because I’ve trusted her in the past and it always goes wrong.
How old are you? Because no matter how ****ed up her actions may be, your mom is your mom. And it's not your role to tell her who can and can't come over. And that's it! Communicate! Tell her how you really feel! Tell her why you want to protect yourself, why it makes you feel the way your feel! That's important.
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man what is it with some women? they're so desperate for a mans in their life, its pathetic
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How old are you? Because no matter how ****ed up her actions may be, your mom is your mom. And it's not your role to tell her who can and can't come over. And that's it! Communicate! Tell her how you really feel! Tell her why you want to protect yourself, why it makes you feel the way your feel! That's important.
I’m 17. I’ve tried telling her all this but she’s insisting that “he’s different”. I’ve literally told her that I don’t trust her decisions and my grandparents back me up in this. I DONT WANT HIM IN MY LIFE AT ALL.
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Have you met him?
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Have you met him?
No, and I don’t want to.
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No, and I don’t want to.
You’re clearly too immature to be making decisions like cutting off contact with family over nothing. You haven’t even met him, do you expect your mum to stay single forever? Quitters attitude won’t get you anywhere
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No, and I don’t want to.
Perhaps you could at least suggest to your mum that you get to meet him in a neutral setting say for a meal. I get that you do not want him staying over but I think you could at least get a chance to suss him out. I think your Mum is entitled to a private life but she is not going about it in a very considerate manner. This would be a compromise at least.
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if you're a guy, beat the **** out of him or find someone who will.
if you're a girl stay at my house
What an incredibly moronic response
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Unless you have actual proof this new guy - and aren't just jumping to conclusions that he will be because all of the other guys were - is abusive then you can't go throwing around accusations about people you don't even know. Give the guy a chance.
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