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To kill my mother??

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Keepswimming123 Thu 01-Jan-15 06:49:38

Just had a two hour stand off with my mother as she doesn't like my boyfriend so hid his shoes?! And then told him to leave... Whilst having still hidden his shoes. He has finally escaped, but I am sat wondering wtf I did in a past life to deserve this... I moved back in with her after my dad died. He moved out previously, I can understand why... ARGHHHHHHH

Keepswimming123 Thu 01-Jan-15 06:56:11

Arghhh arghh arghhh. I want to kill her. She is such an embarassment. And she is properly evil

ArsenicFaceCream Thu 01-Jan-15 07:12:50

Is she ill?

PrettyLittleMitty Thu 01-Jan-15 07:37:18

How old are you? Is your mum unwell? Sounds weird confused

BingBongMerrilyOnHigh Thu 01-Jan-15 07:41:06

If she's very difficult to live with, can you move out?

ChippingInLovesChristmasLights Thu 01-Jan-15 07:43:09

Move out.

If she needs help or care, organise it from a distance.

KnackeredMerrily Thu 01-Jan-15 08:07:37

You need move out before you snap and really mean it!!

Keepswimming123 Thu 01-Jan-15 13:50:16

I know. She is not 'ill' as such, but her behaviour has become increasingly erratic and odd. When I say odd I mean bonkers. Some of the stuff she was screeching about at 5am this morning was just complete and utter lunacy, saying boyfriend had ruined my life, had contributed to my dad's death, had split me up with my (not very nice) ex. She demanded he leave, but refused to give him back his shoes?!? Turns out she had put them in the bin...

Humansatnav Thu 01-Jan-15 13:52:31


AnnieLobeseder Thu 01-Jan-15 13:52:58

That is not remotely normal behaviour, even if she doesn't like your boyfriend. Has she been checked for neurological conditions?

2fedup Thu 01-Jan-15 13:54:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

SoonToBeSix Thu 01-Jan-15 13:56:21

I doubt she is evil op, she sounds ill?

Oldraver Thu 01-Jan-15 13:58:33

Has this been going on for a while, you have posted about her before ?

I would be finding somewhere to live away from her

GraysAnalogy Thu 01-Jan-15 14:04:17

Does she drink, any medications?

BathshebaDarkstone Thu 01-Jan-15 14:04:32

I was going to say dementia too. flowers

GraysAnalogy Thu 01-Jan-15 14:06:14

Dementia can cause confusion and the like but I've never seen it manifest itself like this.

greenfolder Thu 01-Jan-15 14:14:00

how old is she?

i would leave tbh. Do you have somewhere to go? decide 2015 is the year of you

ArsenicFaceCream Thu 01-Jan-15 14:19:56

Yes you've posted before, maybe.

A flat you had to sell?

You need different living arrangements/medical intervention.

BastardGoDarkly Thu 01-Jan-15 14:21:35

Are there any calm moments where you could sit her down, tell her she's actually worrying you with this bizarre behaviour.

How old are you op?

BuzzardBirdRoast Thu 01-Jan-15 14:28:23

She doesn't sound well and I don't think coriander is going to put this one right. That is worrying behaviour.

Blackout234 Thu 01-Jan-15 14:35:17

Where does your partner live? how long have you been together? can you move in with him? can you afford to move out independently?

Sallyingforth Thu 01-Jan-15 14:53:45

It sounds like your partner is living with you in your mother's house. Is that right? If so she does have some say in whether he stays there. She should be polite about it of course, but if they really are incompatible your best course is for you to move out.

Keepswimming123 Thu 01-Jan-15 15:02:56

No he's not living here. It's a complicated situation. But she really is the pits now... I am hiding in bed as I can't face her today.

EssexMummy123 Thu 01-Jan-15 15:13:12

Sounds like a form of mental illness -

RoastingYourChestnutsHurtsAlot Thu 01-Jan-15 15:15:31

Sounds like she needs medical attention

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