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Living on my nerves and ready to explode
Posted by concerned mum on 13 April 2014.
Oh my god now I really dont know what to do....Today I took my toddler shopping with me in our local town on leaving a particular shop I spotted my son heading into the local bookies so i called him, asked him if hed eaten today he pulled twenty pound out of his pocket and said not yet....I told him not to blow it in bookies he swore he would nt. I left him carried on with my shopping and ten minutes later bumped into him again with which i was greeted "get me a drink will u mom" no please...Immediately my hackles went up asked him where his twenty pound was to which he replied hed lost it in bookies. I was furious and gave him a lecture on the value of money to which i got f...off ur a sxxx fxxxing mother. I still offered him a can of pop which i had just purchased he started swearing again all in front of his toddler brother. so i told him i was nt tolerating this kind of talk to me or in front of his brother and i walked off. All of this abuse boils down to the fact i did nt give him cash to replace what he had just squandered if its not alcohol its drugs and now clearly gambling also. I have got home to this test.. "Fxxxx u im ending it watch" Im so worried he not answering his phone but he has threatened this before in similar circumstances...I feel like im living on my nerves
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