Maybe because she knows you want to be a nurse (and that you are already a health care assistant) she doesn't feel the need to protect you as much as your brothers and dad, because she thinks you have a better understanding of what she is going through and how she is feeling. She's probably exhausted as it is, and having to be all smiley and chatty around the rest of the family will be tiring her out even more, but she doesn't put an act on infront of you because she thinks you should realise how terrrible she is feeling and that she isn't in the mood to chat.
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- 09-11-2008 22:30
(Original post by anna_spanner89)
- 10-11-2008 01:07
Not one thing, we've been very close actually.
Can you let it be now, as you've upset and angered me enough tonight, and to be frank after what you've said i'm not prepared to take any of your advice.
(Original post by arisk01)
- 10-11-2008 01:09
as far as I'm aware you dropped out because you didnt like the course, so dont use your mums situation as an excuse. You're correct in saying you're still her daughter, which is why you should be helping her no matter what and if she is giving you the cold shoulder then you need to get over it and understand why. You want to be a nurse? Well get used to this sort of treatment, and if you can't understand what she's going through then I would recommend you reconsider what you've applied for before you need to reapply again