Mean Mother with a Hurt Daughter

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Some mothers cannot be all that you want her to be, but she is a mother. Being the only daughter with four brothers of the family with a mean mother was a tough life. Teenage life was the hardest tough love having to hear her criticism tone of voice and what she has to say next from her cup full of emotions. She would not give any female support on problems when support was needed. Sometimes it is rare to see her happy, but mainly she gives out her stress, anxiety, and anger like whose fault would that be if it was not hers. Most of the back talking is not a way to solve an argument, not with her, but she will not give up. Living with the madness helps to become a strong person if believing is all that can be wished for. Experiencing as a teenager, mother would probably be the toughest meanest mother in the world, but she is mother who will love dearly. No matter how hard life can be with a mean mother she will continue to love endlessly despite of if she shows her emotional or psychological abuse actions, but she is a biological mother with a soft heart to love.

Being the only daughter was not like any other family who treats their daughter like the precious thing that has ever happened to them. Being treated unlike a princess or an angel means that mother did not love. Mother would come home from work and expects to find the house clean and spotless as she would depend on female cleanliness if not then lecture would come towards the room with anger. As to mother expecting her child to clean the house, “A mean mother breaks the Child Labor Law by making her children work - washing dishes, making beds, learning to cook and doing other cruel and unpleasant chores” (How To Be A Mean Mother). Sometimes she is not the one who has st...

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