Anont's rough to have a mother that treats their child that way. Now that you are an adult you don't have to put up with other adults who treat you terribly. It sounds like your mother could have done a better job, so maybe you are better parted. It's not bad to want to be away from people who are mean to you. I may be repeating myself here, but it is so common that people forget this, or start feeling guilty because they think they owe their parents something. You may owe your parent a certain amount of respect, but they owe you kind treatment and respect in return.
I can't give the name of my company, of course, but I'm an onshore rep and I basically do pharmacy work all day. I take orders and research coverage, things like that. I'm a step below pharmacy tech. Hope you have a good shift!View Thread
Wow, An_251552, I can totally understand how you feel! If someone treated me like that, I would want her gone from my life too. I hope you can stay clear of her, and live on your own, and be free of that poison. Surround yourself with people who treat you right. I hope nobody else treats you that badly. Remember, your best revenge is living well, secure in the knowledge that you are getting better, and she still has to live with herself. I have a hard time sleeping in the mornings too. What helps me is a fan and small doses of melatonin, as well as good curtains.View Thread
Totally agree. Remember folks (and I need to remind myself of this constantly as well) that a very important part of communication is being a good listener. Really focusing on what the other person is trying to communicate can help the other person feel more heard too. Now.... I'm off to practice that!View Thread
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