Children are human beings and they have feelings just like you. My 2 youngest teenagers came up to me one day and told me I should leave their dad - get away before he totally destroyed me. Everything he says to me is negative. I am scared he will say something and it will be too late. They were tired of how he treated me - they saw it daily. I'll address the issues separately in the hope I can offer you some advice to help. He blamed me and said it was my fault.
It is easier for them just to say 'no' than to explain why. I'm trying to make him proud of me but it's like there is no way to satisfy him. There is so much to contribute to this but I will try to sum it up. Dear TheCatholicGirl, Thanks so much for reading this article and for leaving a comment. It does my heart good to know she is happy and thriving. Of course, a phone call from dad or the chance to phone him after special events is even more helpful.
I'm expecting her to talk with your dad and tell him that was no way to behave, and that he should stay out of your room. I think he is a control freak. If we just call names, we sound crazy and angry and people may not take us seriously or may thing we are just twisted with hate. If you want to discuss this more or have any more questions for me, go to the Comments section at the bottom of this article. You're the only one who got issues in this family! I spent most of our relationship hiding from him or lying to him about friends, boyfriends, and what I was doing to try to obtain some sort of normalcy outside of my home.
That being said, none of my kids were going to hit me and get away with it, no way. If your dad has wronged you, don't forget it happened. You need to get used to your new role. Now, this might feel really uncomfortable and insincere at first, but let's look at ways you might view your dad more sympathetically. Let him try to make it on his own.
The problem is recently he's gotten horrible. I took my rightful place as Queen on my throne and showed no mercy. I've wished all kinds of things, but in the end, it is as it is. We were going to counseling and with the counselors advice, I started setting rules which he didnt like. I choose not to be abused, and that is what his behavior is. When him and my mom were still together, he used to argue with her even though he was wrong. She never asks me how my day is or if she goes to the store she will ask my brothers what they want but never me.
I've been dealing this since I was a kid. He would pull my mum's hair and try to punch her and he have even try to punch my sis and me. He's extremely judgemental over who I choose as my friends and make a lot of racial comments about them. He is so critical; always taking things too far. Family Issues Support Group Family issues is a huge range that go from minor conflict to major misbehaviour and even abuse on the part of individual members of the family occur. I'm never good enough unless I do exactly what he wants. Or perhaps everyone who looks like your former partner, has similar interests, or supports the same football team? So she's been putting up with him for a long time by the sound of it.
Teenagers think they know it all and are very self-centered. I moved out of my place and lived with them for 1 week then my mother kicked me out with my son. She has five children, and she only loved two of them. I want to share a few thoughts with you. I have survived by doing art therapy and sport.
What I would like to suggest is that your mother may not be the reason why you feel alone, abandoned, or depressed. If you want your kids to love you, not hate you, you need to make the kind of memories they'll remember fondly as they look back on their childhood. I would never treat me kids the way she has. It is all about what he wants and what he does, and I hate it. I had nightmares regularly, about my mother being dead and it being my fault. He often threatens me and my mom with money like whenever he's angry with us he'll just be like I wont give you guys money anymore and me and my mom would feel so threatened and scared. I am sorry that your son is like this as well.