) I used to hold this inside and cry because no matter what I've gotten treated nasty. How dare she treat me nasty and disrespectfully, even in front of my kids. I think back on so many instances throughout my life, things she's done to me, said to me, said about me, or how she's treated me, or has never been there for me. We remind her of her past with a violent, miserable husband and she has been taking it out on us throughout our lives. Have no guilt for cutting her free and only let her back in your life once she has been through the right chanells ( proffessional people) and is on medication and that she is looking to make amends with you and not the latter. In my case, her distaste of me is because I'm the only girl; she talks highly of her "precious boys". But she's the first to call someone a B_ _ _ H if they don't do something she wants them to do. She'll go as far as calling children bad names. But she's had a problem with everyone I've been with.I can be quiet and say not a word and I still get poison from her. There is no use for me to continue a relationship with her. Thank god you put a stop to this behavour and know your kids and there kids etc can have the life they deserve thanks to you!!! It also appears to be jealousy, and she has made my life miserable because of it. She's the most miserable, nasty, bitter person I know. She's been the cause of a couple of break-ups but its my fault, I allowed it. I found a wonderful man and realized that God answers prayer. So she calls me on my cell phone to avoid talking to him if he answers the house phone.You cannot talk to her nicely or try to explain your point without her snapping at the person and starting an argument. No one wants to be around her because she is so nasty. I have the same, wonderful husband for 20 years and are happy. Now Im no proffessional but you do need to cut all ties with this lady. Anyone care to get back to me...support.//// ***@****.If you say to her "why are you arguing" she says, You are, not me. You are dammed if you talk to her, and dammed if you don't talk to her. She always has to put people down, and it seems she is extremely jealous of me. We have a beautiful home, nice, new cars, and 2 beautiful, good kids. She gave birth to you but she has not earned mother title at all. ) This is eating you up and that sort of stress can cause cancer's and heart disease. (sigh) It looks like everyone's first comment is "Wow". I was amazed to read through these stories and find that I'm not the only one.Recently, she said in an extremely bitter tone, that she can't stand looking at me and my 2 siblings because we look like our grandmother and father. ) She said she doesn't trust anyone, especially her own children. We worked hard for everything we have and never asked her or anyone else for anything. I believe in prayer and have prayed since a little girl and feel this is just 1 prayer that will not be answered. You need to meditate of sum sort or do sum relaxation techniques. I place a crystal rock on my chest (to draw the hurt and anger from my heart) and listen to some calming music or rainforest and I lay on the bed for as long as I can but you only need to do it for 4 minutes per day. she basically told me I was doing this to myself and NONE OF IT is or ever was her fault.... Its like you all are a "fly on the wall" and know everything I'm going through. Maybe I would have had caring, loving adoptive parents.We are human and none of us is perfect in any way, so why do we feel the need to judge anyone?If you are with a highly sensitive boyfriend or husband you will have noticed that they need to be handled with more understanding and love than someone with a “balanced” sensitivity.
Comments on this article Posted by Optional on 01/08/2017 at I'm 17 and have had an ongoing issue with bed wetting for as long as I can remember.Why subtleties are magnified for you and yet lost on others. They feel misunderstood and different, and they usually don’t know why. According to my research several successful historical figures were highly sensitive, such as Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King, and Steve Jobs.It’s like you were born missing a protective layer of skin that others seem to have. They just don’t realize that they have a simple trait that explains their confusing array of symptoms and quirks. I see this as great news, because it means us sensitive types aren’t inherently disadvantaged.Sensitivity is one area of our nature which becomes most evident in our relationships.If you are with a man who is highly sensitive it’s a good thing, but it also requires a tad bit more of understanding and “sensitivity” on your part.