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anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 15:03:26 1491
I talked to my brother as to why he is avoiding coming back home, after some prodding he said it was because of the constant tension in my household He has abandoned ship I so, so wish that I could do the same thing, but I just love my parents so much and if I left my mother would most likely not survive Why does it have to be like this No other friend of mine has to endure their mother's constant psychotic and depressive attacks They seem so happy, not a care in the world
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 15:54:02 1492 Reply
>>1491 think for yourself and work towards abandoning the ship too. stop being a sissy emotional baka it is not your job to look out for your parents but the opposite. yes if you become suckcessphool then you an pamper your mother but keep family far away.
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 16:16:27 1493 Reply
>>1492 From a purely logical POV you are probably right but i love my mother too much for that, besides it's not like I have a huge social circle, gf and close friends that I can get emotional support from. I'm quite sure that if you tell your problems to your gf, she's going to go 'uh oh sweaty big yikes you're a big red flag sorry I'm not your psychiatrist bye' and break up. In a sense, she would be in the right. A man should be the one to provide support, not take it. I don't know man. I'm not strong enough, probably. Maybe I'll never be a man, and will always remain the adolescent schoolboy that I often mistake myself for in my mind (I'm 20).
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 16:28:53 1494 Reply
>>1491 Can relate, the constant fights in my household makes me want to leave as well
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 16:53:57 1495 Reply
>>1494 Pichle janam jaane kya paap Kiya tha yaar (I hope it was balatkaar, that is the only crime worth doing for this kind of punishment) I have been using humour to cope since time immemorial :(( may be bad humour, but humour nonetheless
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 17:05:57 1496 Reply
>>1492 This >>1491 It's just a toxic relationship. Who knows if there's manipulation going on, maybe concious or maybe subconscious. Stop feeling responsible for others. Put your mental health first. >>1495 >Bad humor Humor where?
anon 11/02/2021 (Tue) 17:19:14 1497 Reply
>>1496 It's so bad you don't even recognise it as humour If I'm not responsible for my mother I'm not responsible for anything yaar.
anon 11/04/2021 (Thu) 11:09:38 1502 Reply
>>1497 Same yaar. Even i am planning to go back to family after i earn enough to take care of mom, i dont even have any freinds or any one close to talk to and wont be having in this shitty life. I wont be able to live as a normal lundian guy ever in my life
anon 11/04/2021 (Thu) 16:31:40 1503 Reply
>>1502 yeah it feels so comforting that i can rest my head in my mother's lap. i love her so much yaar >I wont be able to live as a normal lundian guy ever in my life that's quite pessimistic, i don't know your situation so no comments, wish you good luck though fren
anon 11/07/2021 (Sun) 15:17:32 1507 Reply
>>1491 Yaar if you get a job and move out you can send her money without the tension
anon 11/08/2021 (Mon) 09:31:37 1509 Reply
>>1507 She doesn't need money my baap is rich enough
anon 11/08/2021 (Mon) 19:23:46 1511 Reply
>>1493 >I'm quite sure that if you tell your problems to your gf, she's going to go 'uh oh sweaty big yikes you're a big red flag sorry I'm not your psychiatrist bye' and break up. Real world isn't like incel imageboards tell you, most girls would be happy to listen to you and support you, even if she breaks up that's good because why be in a relationship if your partner can't even emotionally support you. >In a sense, she would be in the right. A man should be the one to provide support, not take it. Seriously though get your head out of Bengali fish frying forum, there is nothing wrong in taking support of your partner.
anon 11/19/2021 (Fri) 18:08:01 1567 Reply
>>1491 >He has abandoned ship Did he went through abusive childhood?
anon 11/20/2021 (Sat) 04:05:47 1568 Reply
>>1567 Constant fights and psychotic attacks, seeing his mother nearly kill herself, yeah perhaps. he's also not besharam like I am, apparently one time he was left with the task of watching an infant me for a while and making sure I don't fall off the diwan which I did (explains why I'm on this website). Mother saw and scolded him just a bit and the guy fainted. Actually locked up his fists and fainted. And he was suicidal for some time in his life too. Being mentally strong is highly underrated.
anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 08:42:41 1574 Reply
>>1493 > I'm quite sure that if you tell your problems to your gf, she's going to go 'uh oh sweaty big yikes you're a big red flag sorry I'm not your psychiatrist bye' and break up that's kinda true. I've never been in a relationship but had chances and i blew them just because of this. they just don't like when others bitch/ open about their issues
anon 11/21/2021 (Sun) 13:38:27 1590 Reply
>>1568 Just remember this fact that someday you will have kids and you'll also go through the same phase that your parents went through when they had you. Parenting is not an easy task and not everyone has their grandmother and father around to teach them how to do it. Just keep in mind the things that your parents did that negatively affected you and your brother and abstain from repeating the same mistakes when you have kids someday.
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