Moving out of home

3 thoughts on “Moving out of home”

  1. Keep in there lovely. Years ago I knew a mum whose teenage daughter went off the rails (like you there had been a few blips in her early life & it seemed to all come out as resentment later). She was amazing. She just kept believing in her daughter & knowing she would come through – and she sooo DID. It took a couple of years, but she did.

    My relationship with my mother was seriously dodgy – play the long game lovely, it’s about where you are together in 10yrs.

    Huge hugs xxx

  2. Keep in there lovely. Years ago I knew a mum whose teenage daughter went off the rails (like you there had been a few blips in her early life & it seemed to all come out as resentment later). She was amazing. She just kept believing in her daughter & knowing she would come through – and she sooo DID. It took a couple of years, but she did.

    My relationship with my mother was seriously dodgy – play the long game lovely, it’s about where you are together in 10yrs.

    Huge hugs xxx

    1. Thank you hun that is very encouraging to know,
      things are getting better between us now, we have had a long talk and both agree that this is a learning curve for both of you
      he also knows that i will always stand by him and be here in case he needs me 🙂

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