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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by Beauregard, Oct 1, 2012.
*hugs for Piggy The Frog and for Colette*
*hugs for Colette, and for everyone who hugged me*
*hugs for everyone that needs one!*
My housemate yells at me over a bottle of milk, I have house chores, shopping and college work to finish and then I realise I have missing texts from my mum, one saying that she was in town for food shopping and wondering if I wanted any help with mine but then another saying she just left and didn't bother coming over to my house or anything and now I just want to cry.
Hope everything will sort out soon for you.
I'm sorry. I hope things can turn around soon for you.
I hope you and your roomate get along again soon.
I already feel really overwhelmed with school. And on top of that, there's some stuff going on at home...my parents constantly fighting...we've had a mouse that just won't die (although it's gotten to the point it's funny)
And just every little thing has been setting me off. I don't know why...just...everything is making me mad...maybe it's stress, I dunno...but I wish I could stop feeling this way...
Well my friend you will be in my thoughts. I know it can be hard hearing constant fighting in the home. You can be thankful at least that your parents are not coming to you for marriage advice. When I was 16-17 years old my parents would come to me for advice. Here I was much younger then then and single, and they took my advice. Some of the time, no most of the time it made things worse.
As someone who has been through it though, If your honest with ether your mom, or you dad, and tell them how there fighting is not only hurting themselves,but you as well it may help them realize what they are doing. It also may open the air of communication in a non fighting way, and get them talking instead of fighting.
I hope that helps....
I've tried telling them how it upsets me when they fight, they just yell at me to leave the room and that what they are fighting about doesn't concern me, when in reality, it almost always is about me...and I feel like I'm going to cause a divorce, even if it's indirectly, despite my parents telling me they aren't, but my mom screaming and crying every night how she's "done" and doesn't want to live with my dad...
It's not physical fighting, but when they are screaming and my mom is being her bipolar moody self until 1 or 2 am...it starts to take it's toll
*hugs for Sarge*
I'm sorry that you have to deal with this Sarge. It's hard not to be affected when your parents fight, and I feel the same way when my parents argue, all tense and upset. It's a shame that they don't listen to you when you discuss how upset it makes you. Hopefully it will get better soon.
I'm sure and being bipolar dose not help matters, sometimes I think that illness is one of the worse. It messes with everything.
I honestly do not know if she is bipolar or not...I know my grandmother is but she takes medicine for it...but the way my mom can go from crying her eyes out to being happy like nothing happened then screaming like the world is coming to an end is not normal...and of course if you even suggest that she should go get help, you better hope God is in a caring mood and personally shields you from her wrath
It's always hard when people don't want to get help for their own problems. Is there someone you could talk to in your family who might help you approach your mother?
My dad has tried countless times and my grandmother has gotten to the point where she just doesn't want anything to do with my mom. What's worse is that my mom has a degree in mental health...I'm glad I'm at school for most of the week and don't have to listen to her, but going home on the weekend is torture when all you want to do is relax and take a break from school
*hugs for Sarge*
You need a good set of headphones my Sarge and then crank up the Muppet Music, or whatever kind you listen to and get lost in that and relax that way. That works for me a lot when the wife or the kids are bugging me.
*a lot of hugs for Sarge*
*tons-o-hugs for Sarge*
Sorry to hear everything that's happening within your life, Sarge. Hope that some of these problems will clear up soon. I'll definitely be keeping you in my thoughts and praying for you and your family.
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