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When I'm at home she complains that why do I go on my phone or PlayStation all day


When I go out she says she's sick of me on the streets

I go out with my friends to McDonald's sometimes and she complains about that
It's just like I can't get anything right


I go out often on the streets to get out of the house and stuff then she sometimes just comes over to me asking what I'm doing

What am I meant to do all day? I don't know what I meant to do
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Drown out her complaints with music. Doesn't seem like you can stop her.
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Perhaps you should try doing something more meaningful with your life then? I can understand a mother's concern for their son potentially ending up as an unemployed loser in life.
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Perhaps you should try doing something more meaningful with your life then? I can understand a mother's concern for their son potentially ending up as an unemployed loser in life.
I work as well this is my freetime I mean
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Drown out her complaints with music. Doesn't seem like you can stop her.
I try to but she just does it
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She just wants what’s best for you, but my brother was the same as a teenager and now he’s on track to become a lawyer, so I think you should live your youth. Maybe spend more time with her and offer to do the chores sometimes so she feels appreciated, but also reassure her that you’re just trying to be a normal kid.
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I work as well this is my freetime I mean
Aww... boohoo. You work. That must be terrible!
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I dont know your relationship with your mum but can you talk to her and figure out why she's so upset by what you do? I have a 10yo who spends his days on YouTube or playing games, it can be frustrating as a parent but it sounds like that's something she needs to work through herself and not put on you. my kid obviously is still pretty young but from a parents perspective, it is really difficult when your kid becomes independent from you and she might be struggling to deal with that. if you can talk to her, do that. if she isn't someone you can talk to, try to just power through until you can leave
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Aww... boohoo. You work. That must be terrible!
Wtf

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I dont know your relationship with your mum but can you talk to her and figure out why she's so upset by what you do? I have a 10yo who spends his days on YouTube or playing games, it can be frustrating as a parent but it sounds like that's something she needs to work through herself and not put on you. my kid obviously is still pretty young but from a parents perspective, it is really difficult when your kid becomes independent from you and she might be struggling to deal with that. if you can talk to her, do that. if she isn't someone you can talk to, try to just power through until you can leave
It's not that she just said I should go out more but I do go out and she complains

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She just wants what’s best for you, but my brother was the same as a teenager and now he’s on track to become a lawyer, so I think you should live your youth. Maybe spend more time with her and offer to do the chores sometimes so she feels appreciated, but also reassure her that you’re just trying to be a normal kid.
Alright
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Okay, same bro, no biggie unless she’s abusive. 🥰
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