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My mum is very arrogant -thinks the world revolves around her and gets into arguments with everyone like delivery drivers shop owners, restaurants transport people... and I have to apologise and always meditate the situation. I keep telling her to stop being so rude and respect people or just negotiate peacefully. And then yesterday I come back from school and notice a big bush in our garden is chopped in half. My mum said she asked someone to 'trim' it. So Im like wtf, then the landlord comes to take away the trimmings today and saw the bush and got really mad. Instead of apologising my mum went and got into a full on heated argument with him and now we're in very bad terms with the landlord. I'm scared we might be evicted from the house or something. I'm also scared of my mum's attitude, I don't want her to cause an irreparable mess...
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Sounds like my ex wife, Is that you Chloe?
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Some people are just like that, I actually think it is a personality thing, just talk to here about it

It won't do anything but at least if you get evicted you can just say:

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Thanks guys. I just feel so tired cleaning after her...
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What's her zodiac sign? A Leo?
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