Would you ever ask your Mom to move out.

@saphrina (31738)
South Africa
February 13, 2010 10:52am CST
My hubby,s sister just asked her mother to move out, as they don,t have any privacy at all. That of course is Bull. She lives in a granny flat in the backyard. Cooks for herself, has anything she needs and almost never go into the house. What do you think the problem could be. When i asked her she nearly bit my head off.
5 responses
@voldrox (7200)
• India
3 Apr 10
heart of stone... i can't even think about saying that to my parents, after all that they have done for me, how can i be so mean to them... i love my parents ... i don't know what her problem is, i don't understand. ... and of course if they feel offended asking for the reason to do that, they would feel irritated...
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
3 Apr 10
No sweetie, here money talks. When one get to rise up in ife, you are better than others, even family. That is life. We only live it, we did not make the rules. Thanx. TATA.
@voldrox (7200)
• India
3 Apr 10
oh, they say money is the root to all evil, yeah i can see that.. I don't want to be that way, i won't.. Nice to reply to your discussion..
@yresh12 (3217)
• Philippines
14 Feb 10
That's really rude of her. It's so unfair to move you mom out of the house. To think that her mother was the one who raised her and gave her food and clothing... I hope that you could do something about it.. good luck!!! In our culture we are on to the extended family system.. Like your aunt's aunt your cousins to your great great grandfather. We are always open. We don't let anyone move out or something as long as they need our help were happy to do it. There are also times that there are arguments and miscommunication but in the end. Were still family right?
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
14 Feb 10
It seems that her mind is made up and no oe will be able to change it. I just had enough of their troubles. I just have no idea where i am going to get a place for her to stay. But i am sure that something will happen to resolve it. I like your culture,s view on something like this. Whatever happened to respect to ne,s family. Something went horrible wrong in my country. TATA.
@yresh12 (3217)
• Philippines
15 Feb 10
I hope you could really find a place for her.. Especially shes alone... I hope you can resolve this soon!! :)
@besthope44 (12141)
• India
2 Apr 10
Well i will never think of it. And its sad to hear that. Whether its the mother or the inlaw, both are valued as mothers and sending them is real sin. Humanity is lost i feel. And being old, OG she will have lots of sufferings!
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
3 Apr 10
Well unfortunately you get people like that. But i am working on it too change their minds. Thanx. TATA.
@atv818 (1987)
• United Arab Emirates
14 Feb 10
No way! I prefer to be with my mom. I'm not a mommy's girl. An often times, we don't get along, but I prefer to be with her in her old age. I owe her a lot (for raising me well) and I'm going to work and save hard so that I can provide her anything she wants.
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
14 Feb 10
Your mom must be very proud of you. Good to hear you love her so much. TATA.
@maximax8 (30121)
• United Kingdom
13 Feb 10
If my mom lived in a granny flat next to my house I would not ask her to leave. She is my mother and she brought me up. I think it is strange your sister-in-law asked her mom to move out. Her mother sounds like she looks after herself and gives the family privacy. I think that discussion in the family is necessary to iron matters out.
@saphrina (31738)
• South Africa
13 Feb 10
There is no way i am getting involved in this fight. They have to sort it out themselves, as i was told that it is non of my bussiness.