My mom scolds me too much...
March 21, 2011 8:14pm CST
Yes, it is true that because of mom I am now seeing the world, but she scolds me in every single small mistake. I at times become too frustrated by my mother's loud voice of her. I know I love her very much and I can't leave without her. What to do? Does any of you are facing similar problems? Please respond...
• United States
22 Mar 11
Hi rajenjoy and welcome to myLot! I do not have this issue like you but I do have two children and I understand the ill effects scolding and screaming can do to a mother and child relationship. I will not make excuses as to why it is right and or wrong. I can only humbling suggest that you pick the right moment to calmly explain to your mother how the screaming is bothering you the way it does. I don't know why she is doing it and or if you are giving her reasons, I can only humbly say that begin the conversation with Mom, I am very sorry that I am causing you to scream so loudly all the time. It is because I love you that I would like us to discuss how the both of us cam smoothly lessen the friction. I cannot guarantee that she will instantly stop, but as a mother that will allow her think about how much you love her and are willing to try and make the relationship smoother. I wish you the best of luck and hope things can get better in this regards.
23 Mar 11
Hey boy, hey goody boy! mother is scolding you unnecessarily, hai hai, then you take some tablets so that every thing you are facing problem would be wiped away. Let your mother scold you and once you will see when get matured that those are the right mantras in life. Listen to me my mom even beat me after my marriage. Now I miss it...........
22 Mar 11
I lived with my grandparents in the countyrside since i have the memory. Once my mom said that you and I were not close like other mothers and daughters. They live and work in the city. I have a little sister, who was taken care of by themselves. I do not want to complain, but I got hurt. I would rather that my mom scolds me all th time instead of saying that.