• I wish I never had children?

    After my son left home, got married and had kids. He became very distant from me. He made no effort to come to my home, not even with his children. I would only see or talk to him if I initiated it. I had to call, invite him places. This went on for years. When I did manage to reach him, he was pleasent and... show more
    After my son left home, got married and had kids. He became very distant from me. He made no effort to come to my home, not even with his children. I would only see or talk to him if I initiated it. I had to call, invite him places. This went on for years. When I did manage to reach him, he was pleasent and respectful but I would always know that as soon as that call ended or he left my home. I would receive the silence. After years of it, I decided that i had enough of his unavailable behaviour so decided to treat him the way he treated me. wait for him to call and initiate a visit. The problem was that he never called or initiated anything with me. Which hurt more than anything. I didn't see him or the grandchildren for a whole year. It was at that moment I knew my worth and decided to permanently cut ties with him. After the year of silence, he began sending Christmas cards and gifts to my home every holiday season. And he and his wife began inviting me to birthdays etc. I stood my ground and did not send cards back & declined their invites. After 5 years of me declining. The gifts, cards and invites have stop coming. It was my birthday 2 days ago and I got nothing. Now I'm left again with that same feeling of heartbreak. It's unbareable and now I wish I never had children. All the sacrifices I made for nothing. Has anyone gone through this
    28 answers · 19 hours ago
  • I saw my brother nakes?

    Best answer: Quite normal. You are designed to find a male body attractive, you were not turned on by your brother, just by a masculine body. Don't feel bad, allot of people have had difficulties like this when a sibling is of a similar age. Just don't ever mention it to him, pretend it never happened. Kbock before... show more
    Best answer: Quite normal. You are designed to find a male body attractive, you were not turned on by your brother, just by a masculine body. Don't feel bad, allot of people have had difficulties like this when a sibling is of a similar age.

    Just don't ever mention it to him, pretend it never happened. Kbock before you enter his bedroom
    48 answers · 2 days ago
  • My Brother is Telling Everyone I Masturbate?

    My Brother is going around and telling my family and his friends I masturbate (I'm 12 He's 16). So Far He's told all of his friends and everyone in my family apart from my mum and dad (everyone old enough to understand) he even told his girlfriend and my brothers girlfriend and he is pestering me about... show more
    My Brother is going around and telling my family and his friends I masturbate (I'm 12 He's 16). So Far He's told all of his friends and everyone in my family apart from my mum and dad (everyone old enough to understand) he even told his girlfriend and my brothers girlfriend and he is pestering me about a toilet paper roll i had in my room and telling everyone about it (it was for a cold my mum gave me them i have tissues for that).What should I do?
    64 answers · 3 days ago
  • Have you ever caught your parents going at it?

    Best answer: I've heard them before....
    Many times infact....
    But they usually barricade the door so no one can get in....
    Best answer: I've heard them before....
    Many times infact....
    But they usually barricade the door so no one can get in....
    24 answers · 2 days ago
  • My Dad is an alcoholic and it sucks because none of my friends can come over, what do I do?

    Best answer: My mother is an alcoholic and it's horrible so I feel your pain, I would say to be patient, and really think about how you can talk to him, because I know how mad this can make you, because I know how mad it's made me; but remember that alcoholism is a problem, most of the time an emotional one. Also... show more
    Best answer: My mother is an alcoholic and it's horrible so I feel your pain, I would say to be patient, and really think about how you can talk to him, because I know how mad this can make you, because I know how mad it's made me; but remember that alcoholism is a problem, most of the time an emotional one. Also remember THE TRUTH IS LOUD!!! Speak to him resonably and responsibly, take your time, and if he resists the first time, try again, try again, try again, just never talk to him when you're upset about it. Also DO NOT SAY A WORD ABOUT THIS WHEN HES DRINKING, NOT A WORD!!! EVEN IF HE'S JUST TAKEN HIS FIRST SIP, THESE EPISODES TURN HORRIBLE AND SOMETIMES VIOLENT , BE CAREFUL AND BE SAFE!!!!
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • I hate my parents?

    Best answer: You walk out the front door the day you turn 18 and never look back.
    Best answer: You walk out the front door the day you turn 18 and never look back.
    56 answers · 5 days ago
  • Am I overreacting or do I have a right to be upset? My mom is 55, dating my 27 year old brother in law.?

    Best answer: You owe it to your family(your kiddos) to provide a safe and healthy environment. Mom needs to go! Helping people family or not, is great. However, when it has a negative impact on your quality of life(and your kiddos) , she needs to find lodging elsewhere. She has created(from what you say) an undesirable living... show more
    Best answer: You owe it to your family(your kiddos) to provide a safe and healthy environment. Mom needs to go! Helping people family or not, is great. However, when it has a negative impact on your quality of life(and your kiddos) , she needs to find lodging elsewhere. She has created(from what you say) an undesirable living situation for all parties involved, your children, yourself and your mother in-law. I think you know what you need to do, you are just afraid you will damage your relationship between your mother and yourself. I completely understand that, but as a parent you have duties and obligations to be met on behalf of those kiddos of yours! Best of wishes!
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • My brother is an alcoholic and the family blames me. How do I get over being the scapegoat?

    I am blamed for not being there for him more as the older brother (14 years older) after our Dad killed himself with alcohol.
    I am blamed for not being there for him more as the older brother (14 years older) after our Dad killed himself with alcohol.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Family Drama...HELP!?

    So my husband and I have been together for almost 10 years, married for almost 6 this October. Overall we have a loving & solid relationship. Like all couples we have faced dark times but I am happy to say that we overcame those obstacles and decided to stay together after a 6 month separation over 4 years ago.... show more
    So my husband and I have been together for almost 10 years, married for almost 6 this October. Overall we have a loving & solid relationship. Like all couples we have faced dark times but I am happy to say that we overcame those obstacles and decided to stay together after a 6 month separation over 4 years ago. My husband and I became very bothered by the fact that his family never acknowledges our relationship, our successes, etc. Every wedding anniversary we have had since then is irrelevant to them. It was my brother in laws anniversary yesterday and my mom kept blowing up our messages wishing my bro-in-law and his wife a happy anniversary and would not stop ranting about how "perfect" their love is. My Husband told her why she never wishes us a happy anniversary and in a nutshell she said because she doesn't know which one to celebrate....the new one or old one (being sarcastic of course). If she is not going to acknowledge our anniversary why does she throw my brother-in-law's in our face? I am tired of her constant bragging about them. I wish them the best but I'm getting so tired of her indirect insults. Any advice?
    11 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Why does my Muslim family like to insult each other?

    Best answer: I have no idea! My family are nice to each other. We would never, ever call each other names, we have never hit each other. We're intelligent adults (and children) and we all treat each other with love and respect. We never have rows or fights although we do disagree on some things. If that happens, we discuss... show more
    Best answer: I have no idea!
    My family are nice to each other.
    We would never, ever call each other names, we have never hit each other.
    We're intelligent adults (and children) and we all treat each other with love and respect.
    We never have rows or fights although we do disagree on some things. If that happens, we discuss it - we talk.
    You don't sound even remotely civilised or intelligent as a family.
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • My mom is making me unconfortablen (im 16)?

    my mom always wants cuddle with me and always walks around the house in her underwear and always wants to hug me in her underwear. She always says says im a beautiful boy and touches my face and whenever i bring my laptop to resturaunts to play games she says when the food comes she wants me to put it away because... show more
    my mom always wants cuddle with me and always walks around the house in her underwear and always wants to hug me in her underwear. She always says says im a beautiful boy and touches my face and whenever i bring my laptop to resturaunts to play games she says when the food comes she wants me to put it away because she doesnt want to see the back of my computer she wants to see "her beautiful boy" Im really unconfortable about this and if I say anything to her about it she just jumps to conclusions thinking i dont love her or i hate her. Idk what to do about this
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is being 18 really an excuse to do "whatever you want"?

    My older sister who turned 18 last month has been babbling about it ever since her birthday, like whenever my parents tell her to do something. It's becoming annoying to hear so often, even for me! She's a year and a half older than me. She always says, "I'm 18 and I can do what I want!"... show more
    My older sister who turned 18 last month has been babbling about it ever since her birthday, like whenever my parents tell her to do something. It's becoming annoying to hear so often, even for me! She's a year and a half older than me. She always says, "I'm 18 and I can do what I want!" "I'm legal now!" blah blah. Doesn't seem very mature for an 18-year-old "adult". Is her excuse legitimate? I don't think you can ever really do WHATEVER you want.
    8 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Is my dad a virgin?

    Best answer: Yes
    Best answer: Yes
    69 answers · 6 days ago
  • My parents owned a home and...?

    Best answer: Depends on what the will for your mother says. If she didn't have a will, then your state's intestate laws would govern. After 2 years I suspect the will has been settled so you are likely out of luck at this point. It's not uncommon for married couples to leave everything to the other one if one... show more
    Best answer: Depends on what the will for your mother says. If she didn't have a will, then your state's intestate laws would govern. After 2 years I suspect the will has been settled so you are likely out of luck at this point.

    It's not uncommon for married couples to leave everything to the other one if one dies and only if both die does the next layer of heirs inherit. If that is the case, you have no grounds for a claim against the house.

    If you want to pursue this, go talk to an attorney because details are everything.
    8 answers · 23 hours ago
  • I'm scared of my whole family?

    Best answer: I'm very sorry you're stuck in such a horrible situation, dear. Call Child Protective Services, please! They will get you out of that terrible environment. That's extremely unhealthy for it to be THAT violent. Also, talk with your school counselor. He or she will likely set something up for you, too!... show more
    Best answer: I'm very sorry you're stuck in such a horrible situation, dear.
    Call Child Protective Services, please! They will get you out of that terrible environment. That's extremely unhealthy for it to be THAT violent.
    Also, talk with your school counselor. He or she will likely set something up for you, too!
    I hope this all works out for you and everything goes smoothly.
    9 answers · 4 days ago