Fight with mother

@Hari101 (1133)
Chennai, India
December 16, 2016 10:32am CST
Whenever you fight with your mother who will be the first one to compromise? You or your mother. In my case I will be the one to go and ask sorry to her. In my life she rarely asks sorry to me. That's sometimes frustrating too. So what about you friends?
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@Happy2BeMe (74744)
• Canada
16 Dec 16
I have never had an argument with my mother. She passed away almost 3 years ago and I have no regrets. I think if I had fought with her or argued with her I would have always regretted it.
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• United States Minor Outlying Islands
16 Dec 16
That is far better than some, I'm sure. Moms are great! :)
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@Happy2BeMe (74744)
• Canada
16 Dec 16
@His_chariot Yes they certainly are!
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@marguicha (94360)
• Chile
16 Dec 16
I argued with my mother and have no regrets. She could have been a better mother to me and I could have been a better daughter.
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• United States Minor Outlying Islands
16 Dec 16
We should all do our best to not fight or argue with our mothers. We only have one real mom, there fore show love. Learn to walk away, or speak in a respectable way. Biting of the tongue may be an alternate option as well.
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@Happy2BeMe (74744)
• Canada
16 Dec 16
This is great advice. I could not have said it better myself.
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@Kandae11 (36806)
16 Dec 16
My sentiments exactly.
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@Hari101 (1133)
• Chennai, India
16 Dec 16
I will have this in my mind. Thanks for the advice :)
@marguicha (94360)
• Chile
16 Dec 16
I had a close relation with my father, but I neverrelated well with my mother. It was mainly a way of understanding the world. When I got older (and wiser, I supposed) I discovered that it was not worth it to fight for some things. We would never see eye to eye so certain things were not talked about between her and me.
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• United States Minor Outlying Islands
16 Dec 16
I know, and understand.
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@marguicha (94360)
• Chile
16 Dec 16
@His_chariot I don´t think there´s an obligation in finding everything that a mother says good or reasonable. They are human beings and have flaws.
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@Corbin5 (105933)
• United States
16 Dec 16
I am trying to remember arguments with my mother, and I suppose I was the one who said "sorry" first.
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@Hari101 (1133)
• Chennai, India
2 Jun 17
@Corbin5 It always happens here and I will be the first one to ask sorry even if there is no mistake on my side. What to do I would just laugh it out. After all she is my mother.
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@Corbin5 (105933)
• United States
2 Jun 17
@Hari101 Yes, I would do the same with my mom.
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@Hari101 (1133)
• Chennai, India
4 Jun 17
@Corbin5 Yeah, it happens.
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@jaboUK (53919)
• United Kingdom
16 Dec 16
There will come a time when your mother is no longer with you, so cherish her while you can. If apologising keeps the peace, do it whether you are at fault or not. I never remember any serious arguments with my mother, nor with my daughter. The mother daughter bond should be unbreakable.
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@Hari101 (1133)
• Chennai, India
21 Mar 17
Thank you
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