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Author: Tgerrard Subject: why is she bieng like this
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posted on 10-10-2012 at 14:13 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
why is she bieng like this

ok here it is. first my mom never hits me. me and my bother got into a fight at mcdonalds we threw ketchup on each other.im older im 15 he is 13. i got some ketchup on some woman clothes and my mom had to reinburst 45 dollars for the damage. my mom freak out on me told me i was a immature baby and my brother to in front of people in mcdonlads. Leaving mcdonalds she told us that she should get us some pacifers and some pampers and a playpen. people were looking at me. like she was right. she took away my x box and games and i pod i cant go out on weekends now. on the car ride home she is yelling at us telling us when she goes to wallmart she should buy us a cribs and rattles

Can i turn her into CPS for abuse saying those things to me? isnt it slander or something saying lies about someone. saying i need pampers and making me look bad in public. just to scare her and For the record he started it my brother not me. its not fair now she is not going to let me take drivers ed in school. she told me that im to imature to drive that babies dont get to do grown up things. she saying all these mean things to me. I have a right to drive? cant they make her a better mom or something. this suxs so bad wut she did to me.
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posted on 10-22-2012 at 08:22 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
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Hey Logan-

No you should not approach CPS. I'll start with that. Services like that are designed for children who are truly suffering. If your mom is taking you to Mcdonalds, I doubt that is the situation.

I'm sure the situation was embarassing because it was in public. BUT, you need to remember that you and your brother decided to have a food fight IN PUBLIC. If you are 15, weren't you already embarassed when you were throwing ketchup all over the place?

You should think about how your mom felt. She was probably embarassed too, with you guys throwing food and making a mess. That is something 5 year olds do, so I'm sure she was pretty frustrated.

If you really feel like you need to do something about this situation, you should approach your mom like an adult and ask her to talk to you in private. But if you don't want to have your mom yell at you in public, don't thrown ketchup in public .

What she is saying might technically be slander, but she's your mom and she loves you and she's allowed to say that stuffGo give her a hug and everything will be easier!!!!
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