As an "only child," you are quite likely spoiled beyond belief and therefore not capable of rational thought or a normal, peaceful civil conversation, especially when it comes to your own mother. You are also likely very envious of her life and success, and it's clear you hold this against her by always lashing out for no valid reason. This is further indicated by you now living with her, instead of supporting yourself and living on your own. If you're truly an adult (by way of age, anyway), then no one "forced" you to live with her, or any way for that matter. You want advice? Get a job and your own place...go to a shelter...live on the street...but do NOT mooch off your own mother and then complain because she "upsets" you. And, for starters, how about start acting like that "adult" you portend to be!View Thread
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