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Today, we went to learn the bus routes for the community college I wanted to go to. She spent a lot of time between buses and when we waited for things arguing about petty things. I wanted to cook now, rather than later, and she threw a fit. (Dinner, rather than lunch tomorrow) and I didn't see why it was a big deal. She argued about everything, it was unreal. She kept asking me questions and doing too much when we went out to eat, I just wanted to eat, she kept asking if I needed to go to the bathroom and this and that, she wouldn't listen when I told her I'd ask if I needed anything, don't worry, etc. Tonight, I find out the college had opened registration earlier than another one nearby, and I'd have to go to the latter. She fucking went insane. She just threw a tantrum in front of my friend that I came out to. She gave me this death stare because I said it's just one day (4 hours) wasted and I can go to the other school. I'm a little worried that this will continue, it's like this...indirect aggression, not exactly being passive aggressive, but I know she's worried and needs time, but it only seems to be getting worse. Maybe living here might be a lot worse than I thought. I wish I knew what went on in her head.
Any predictions or insight? I'll probably have an appointment for a very nice informed consent in the next two weeks, which is nice, and I do get to live here, but she is giving me hell. I hope it lets up, high school sucked in part because of her, and while I can fix my grades this time around, I don't know if I can fix the thing she seems to hate right now. Let's be real, arguing about your mother about cooking for half an hour really makes you wonder what state she must be in to think she's doing a good job of hiding why she's angry. Maybe she isn't, but she barked at me in a parking lot because I wanted to talk to my own brother as well, pretty unreal. At the end of it, she seemed to calm down and awkwardly (with vague word choice) asked about dating. I told her I like girls, and she didn't have any crazy reaction, mostly because she doesn't seem to buy into it fully. She started it off by asking about what…
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