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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsFamily · 1 decade ago

why is my mom like this?

urggg i donno why but my mom has "ran away" again....

(maybe to the mall to cool off)

i think she has like mental illness or something...

it's not the first time too!

i have been trying to call her cell but she has turned it off....

isnt that kinda selfish?

she's not really a bad mom but

i donno HOW TO COMMUNiCATE with her anymore...:

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  • 1 decade ago
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    she is being very selfish right now

    especially cause shes a Mom and her kids need her!

    she needs to put that in her head.

  • 1 decade ago

    SHE IS NOT BEING SELFISH!!!!

    I'VE DONE IT!!!

    She needs to think and unwind it's probably something major. If she is usually always there and this is how she thinks. Why does it have to be selfish it's just her way. I have 3 great kids and sometimes we just can't handle so we run off for awhile. i'm sure she loves you.

    WHY DID SHE RUN OFF.

    CB

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    my mom has done that a couple of times, she could be going through menopause or like something hormonal? Let her cool off and try to not to piss her off.

  • 1 decade ago

    Sometimes they have alot on their minds and sometimes explode...trust me i have seen it in my friends family most of the time they just fight fight fight, she'll come back obviously...they wont just leave and never come back it's a temporary situation no worries:]

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  • 1 decade ago

    moms need to get away too.

    is she really stressed.

    I know im stressed from so much stuff and sometimes i just feel like i want to go away where no one needs me and can contact me and i just want to do my own thing.

    let her know how u feel though..

  • 1 decade ago

    MAYBE SHE JUST STRESSED AND HAD TO GET AWAY SOUNDS LIKE SHE NEEDS PROFESSIONAL HELP I HOPE SHE DOESNT HURT HERSELF

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