Intensely selfish. She will never change unless it comes from within. If she wouldn’t change for her son why would she do it for her grandson. It’s just intensely sad and maddening at the same time.
I would “find” one for her to bring normality back. Now that I have a kid. I don’t think I could have held out on my son with that argument. But looking back now, knowing about second hand and third hand smoke - my mum saying “well you turned out fine”. I realised my mother is
I hid all the lighters in the house. We had an electric stove, but a wood fire. This worked for a lot longer because a lighter only magically appeared when we needed to heat the house. Seeing my mum get really anxious about not finding one & getting upset & it causing arguments..
The only response remembered “well you gotta die of something”. This didn’t sit well with me, I wanted my mum to be healthy. I didn’t know about addictions. So I did took my mum’s cigarettes on the sly and hid them. That made her angry. Not one to give up on my mum who I loved...
Going to check out gorilla tag in vr in approx 15 mins. Dm me for the private room name. https://store.steampowered.com/app/1533390/Gorilla_Tag/
US: “well give you access to a therapist, professional organisers and removalist trucks and family, literally helping you - but you gotta be on tv”
UK: “these clean freaks are fucked ey, how about we just point them at the people with hoarding problems and have them lecture them”
Lol suspending literally some of the most popular content on their site
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