Emotional neglect as a child : trenager

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Would you look after your mum if she neglected you as a child and all your teen years and most of your 20s. Unless she needed you for something.

She physically abused you, and told you were not meant to be born (as the youngest sibling) she never sat you down all her life to teach you anything, you had to figure it all out on your own.

She always competed with you if she thought you were doing good for yourself, was never there for your new born.

She had a difficult life but so did you. You got diagnosed with life changing illness and were bed ridden for months and she didn’t visit you once.

What would you do?? If she needed you in her old age? When she has done the bear minimum for you and left you with childhood trauma so bad that you’re in therapy and have endless psychological issues.

What would you do?
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Would you look after your mum if she neglected you as a child and all your teen years and most of your 20s. Unless she needed you for something.

She physically abused you, and told you were not meant to be born (as the youngest sibling) she never sat you down all her life to teach you anything, you had to figure it all out on your own.

She always competed with you if she thought you were doing good for yourself, was never there for your new born.

She had a difficult life but so did you. You got diagnosed with life changing illness and were bed ridden for months and she didn’t visit you once.

What would you do?? If she needed you in her old age? When she has done the bear minimum for you and left you with childhood trauma so bad that you’re in therapy and have endless psychological issues.

What would you do?
I’d distance myself from her. She wouldn’t do that for you so why should she expect to be taken care of yk?In order to be respected, she should be respectful. Also, just because she gave birth to you doesn’t mean that you have to look after them etc when they haven’t done bulk for you yk?

the blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb
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Would you look after your mum if she neglected you as a child and all your teen years and most of your 20s. Unless she needed you for something.

She physically abused you, and told you were not meant to be born (as the youngest sibling) she never sat you down all her life to teach you anything, you had to figure it all out on your own.

She always competed with you if she thought you were doing good for yourself, was never there for your new born.

She had a difficult life but so did you. You got diagnosed with life changing illness and were bed ridden for months and she didn’t visit you once.

What would you do?? If she needed you in her old age? When she has done the bear minimum for you and left you with childhood trauma so bad that you’re in therapy and have endless psychological issues.

What would you do?
Some parents have narcissistic traits and they don’t even realise it and through their toxic actions they negatively affect their children’s self esteem and probably leave them with children trauma.

From the situation you have described, I bet most people wouldn’t want anything to do with their mum if she put them through all that.

However, I feel like I would still love her even if she did that. Life’s too short to have hard feelings for anyone in your heart. I’m personally a very soft hearted person and even when people hurt me I don’t hold it against them.
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