Re: [Adults AMC] Need Advise
- I was just writing a reply to Ilyce. My husband and I have been togetger 22 !/2 years. I think you are right though. My mother never thought I'd ever find someone to love me and care for me, never mind marry me. Then when I did I know she never tought it would last. My mom passed away in March, she was 89. I miss her terribly....Nancy
Madonna Kelly wrote:hi nancy i know how u feel i have arthroghyposis multiplex congentia (
fusion of some joints ) my father died when we where very young i was the
last to go, she would always say well i guess its just u and me figuring
that i would be always with her, but i found a wonderful man and we lived
together a few years before we married she was uneasy but told me in her
suttle way, i knew she thought i would always be with her, the best think u
can do is talk to her and let your mom know u still need her but u need your
independents, its hard to let go of your children i know now how she felt
when i left..... as i watch my son grow up hes 16 years old now only a few
more years and he will be moved out and it hurts and i guess thats how she
feels, and knowing things r a little harder for us, i think in there mind we
still need protecting i don't think she means any harm just her way of
showing she truly cares hope this helps
>From: Nancy Naugles <nancn58@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [Adults AMC] Need Advise
>Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2002 10:52:57 -0700 (PDT)
>My dad died when I was three. My mom did not think I could do it. My
>original plan was to move in with two girl friends but then my boyfriend
>(now husband) moved in too. All my mom said was don't you come crying if
>you get pregnant but I think she was relieved that it was just us three
>girls alone. My girlfriends were disabled and my husband is "able bodied".
>I'm not sure if that made a difference to her or not. My mom and I had a
>pretty good relationship. I remember telling her that I was moving out,
>she laughed a little and started talking about all the logistics of it.
>When we did finally find a place and got the landlord to build ramps. My
>mom would come over and try too tell us where to put things and how things
>should go. I finally had to ask her not to do that anymore. That hurt her
>feelings and she never stepped foot that place again. We still talked
>everyday and we would go see her all the time...Nancy
> PinkPheonix24@... wrote:I was wondering about something.... When u
>were all ready to move out of your
>parents house and to be on your own. Did any of your parents gave a big
>about moving out and being on your own? Was some of your parents being over
>protected of u? Did they say anything negative about moving and other
>The thing is I want to move out of my parents house and be on my own. I
>an organazation that can help me find a place and also get services for my
>needs. My mom thinks that I can't live on my own, but I know I can. My mom
>told me that she wants me to keep living at the house until she dies. But I
>don't want to live at home for the rest of my life and plus my parents r
>getting older and I can't keep depending on them forever. I need some
>How can I get through to my mom and make her understand? Thanks for
>to me, I need help!!!
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