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Will I Ever Forgive My Mother?

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#1 KingFobos

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 08:40 PM

As you mentioned, numerous times, on videos & podcasts.
You didn't have a happy childhood. One of reasons why, is your mother!
When ever you talk about her, in relation to your past, you sound upset.
Maybe because of what she did or didn't do to prevent whatever's bad.
I guess my question is basically,
➡️ How did you get over you being upset & mad at her?
➡️ How did you forgive her?
I can't seem to find that forgiveness in me for my mother, & I hate it!
Please answer! I truly need this!✅✅✅
Do it on the podcast, because I absolutely love it.📳📲
I'm not a 12-year-old Mexican girl, Btw!😫
I'm 20 years old & going through HELL right now, help!😿💔
PS: please stop being shitty to Lauren, SHE'S THE BEST!😍
PSS: stop burping!! It's nauseating to listen to! the act isn't, but listening to it, IS!🎧😖

Thank you in advance.💐🌠
I hope you get to meet & interview Farrah Abraham💙🎈
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Posted 27 June 2014 - 08:53 PM

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 08:54 PM

Omg this is kinda off topic but when i read the burping part of your post, i was remembering my memories and remembered that Shane's cousin always throws up when she hears someone gagging i wonder if she listens to Shane's podcast cause she would be throwing up every time Shane burps xD


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Posted 27 June 2014 - 09:13 PM

Do you mean father? O_o

Shane loves his mom
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#5 SarkyDevotchka86

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 03:22 AM

Agreed ^

 

Shane is very close with his mom.


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Posted 06 July 2014 - 05:59 AM

these 12 year old mexican girls need to just stop


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#7 Sunayama

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Posted 06 July 2014 - 03:58 PM

As you mentioned, numerous times, on videos & podcasts.
You didn't have a happy childhood. One of reasons why, is your mother!
When ever you talk about her, in relation to your past, you sound upset.
Maybe because of what she did or didn't do to prevent whatever's bad.
I guess my question is basically,
➡ How did you get over you being upset & mad at her?
➡ How did you forgive her?
I can't seem to find that forgiveness in me for my mother, & I hate it!
Please answer! I truly need this!✅✅✅
Do it on the podcast, because I absolutely love it.
I'm not a 12-year-old Mexican girl, Btw!
I'm 20 years old & going through HELL right now, help!
PS: please stop being shitty to Lauren, SHE'S THE BEST!
PSS: stop burping!! It's nauseating to listen to! the act isn't, but listening to it, IS!

Thank you in advance.
I hope you get to meet & interview Farrah Abraham

 

This is... mostly inaccurate and the psychological analysis is incorrect for one reason.

 

"When ever you talk about her, in relation to your past, you sound upset."

 

I assure you that if he does sound upset, it's probably because he's recalling bad events from the past. It doesn't necessarily mean they're because of his mom. Keep in mind that she was suffering as well.

 

But anyway... This does not belong in the Podcast section of the forum. You're seeking help. From what you said, is it safe to assume your mother allowed something bad to happen to you? Whether that's the case or not, the first step to forgiving someone is to try understanding their point-of-view with discerning eyes. What did your mother do back then? How did she feel? Do you think she possibly regrets her decisions and plays out how she could have done better in her mind? If you feel you can, talk to her about it too. Make sure you understand each other so you can begin to mend things together again.

 

Lastly -- and for the love of God, please pay close attention -- do not forget. I know lots of people used to say "forgive and forget," but that's a terrible idea. Remember what happened so that in the future, you can prevent it from ever happening to you again. Oh and once you forgive a person, don't bring the subject up again or hold them accountable and shame them for it. The whole purpose of forgiving someone is to let it go to benefit yourself and your well-being. I hope some of this helps.


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