“All of my bathroom items, art supplies, school work, my dishes are reorganized, and I still have no idea where my items even are in this place. I feel like I’m in someone else’s apartment.”
To make matters worse, she had drawers filled with very personal and private items that her mom had clearly gone through and rearranged, proving that she had no sense of boundaries whatsoever.
She feels very mortified, and it will take weeks to get her apartment back to the way it was before she left.
When she confronted her mom in her apartment, she said that it “needed to be cleaned,” and she doesn’t regret doing what she did because she thinks what she did was good.
“I pretty much exploded and made her leave immediately,” she explained.
“But I still can’t help feeling bad. Maybe she really thought she was helping me.”
Although she feels bad for having an outburst with her mom, she can’t get over what she did, especially when she specifically asked her not to do anything to her apartment several times.
Should she feel bad, or should her mom give her an apology?
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