My mother is not talking to me

United States
March 29, 2007 8:15pm CST
My mother and father are going through a very bitter divorce.
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4 responses
• Canada
30 Mar 07
I am sorry to hear about your mom and dad but just try to keep in mind that it is just as hard on them . If you don't mind me asking , why is your mom not talking to you ? Give her some time and hopefully things will get better . My mom and dad got a divorce also and my mom is still not fully over it years later so it is something we try not to discuss at all as she gets very upset with me and we end up fighting . I believe it is the pain she feels with herself when she looks at all the time she lost with him , she doesn't seem to look at what she gained by being with him as she had two daughters and I am sure if she were to really look at it from a different perspective she would see that there really were some good times but she is unable to see it in this way . I hope things get better soon , all the best :)
• United States
4 Apr 07
Why? She's not talking to me, because I called to wish him a happy birthday. She felt like he didn't deserve it.
@mamasan34 (6521)
• United States
30 Mar 07
Your topic is not very descriptive. What is the reason for her not talking to you? I am sure she will come around whatever the problem is. She is your mom and can only go so long without talking to you. Many times my mother didn't talk to me, but in a few weeks she always called me and we have always made up. Just be patient, she has a lot going on in her life and hopefully she will see the error of her ways.
30 Mar 07
I feel for you, children are always used as a go between, I divorced 6 years ago when my daughter was 16 and my son 12, controlling my jealously was very hard, I felt like I was competing at always being the better parent! Parents need to know how much pain and confusion the kids suffer at times like these, (whatever your age!) and your parents must learn that you must stay neutral to make sure that your relationships with both of them don't suffer. I wish you and your parents well at such a difficult time.
@kurtbiewald (2628)
• United States
30 Mar 07
sometimes just let em fight it out realize its not your problem or issue and they both love you then let em yell and scream a little, if it gets too loud call the cops then give em at least a few hours to kiss and make up in the morning, catch em both smiling, thats when to ask for anything you want